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What You Need to Know When Patenting Invention Ideas

One of the best ways of protecting your invention ideas is through patenting. A patent is a right of ownership of the crucial details of an idea or a product. Depending on the regulations of a country, patenting is a straightforward process. For instance, in the United States, the United States Patent and Trademark is responsible for handling all the patenting issues. https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/fd6cace6-825a-428d-83e6-96e00922193b/entry/What_You_Need_to_Know_When_Patenting_Invention_Ideas

What Should I Do With My Invention Idea?

If you are a typical inventor, it is possible that you would like to license your invention and receive royalties, or even sell it outright - we'll call that person "royalty inventor." But if you are more motivated with a competitive business streak, we'll call this kind of person "entrepreneurial inventor," you may want to start a small business to produce your own invention and market it. http://www.thebaynet.com/community/education/what-should-i-do-with-my-invention-idea.html

What Would The World Be Without Inventions

What would the world be without inventions? What would we have? Have you ever thought of that? These questions lay a foundation to the fact that we, as humans are destined to reach for betterment and easier living, and we have shown this very clearly by the number of new invention ideas that have become part of our lives. http://www.thebaynet.com/community/technology/what-would-the-world-be-without-inventions.html