19 Aug 2017

          America has always thrived because of its entrepreneurial spirit. And nothing embodied this spirit more than the independent inventor, an iconic figure who symbolises the best of Yankee ingenuity and our frontier, problem-solving spirit. By Marshall Phelps, Microsoft Corporate Vice President for IP Policy and Strategy IAM Magazine, April/May 2008 […]

19 Aug 2017

    An independent inventor is an inventor who creates inventions by himself. They often earn their income from selling or licensing the patents they get on their inventions. Independent inventors are distinguished from inventors who work for corporations. Inventors that work for corporations, such as research scientists, must normally assign their ownership rights to […]

19 Aug 2017

    The original proposal was adopted by the European Commission in 1988. The procedure for its adoption was slowed down by primarily ethical issues regarding the patentability of living matter. The European Parliament eventually rejected the joint text from the final Conciliation meeting at 3rd reading on March 1 1995 so the first directive […]

19 Aug 2017

                        William Henry „Bill” Gates III (born October 28, 1955) is an American business magnate, philanthropist, and chairman of Microsoft, the software company he founded with Paul Allen. He is ranked consistently one of the world’s wealthiest people and the wealthiest overall as of […]

19 Aug 2017

                Alternative Energy and Technology Exhibition 1,2,3,4 OCTOBER 2009 NATIONAL YOUTH PALACE Bucharest, Romania The idea appeared as a reaction to the exhaustion  of traditional energy sources and all the secondary effects generated by the actual power generation industry: environment degradation, accidental deversation of oil  products and other […]

19 Aug 2017

  Constantin Brâncusi, or Brancusi, (February 19, 1876 – March 16, 1957, pronounced [konstan’tin br?n’ku??]), was an internationally renowned Romanian sculptor, born in Hobita, Gorj, near Târgu Jiu, whose sculptures blend simplicity and sophistication that led the way for modernist sculptors. „The Endless Column” in Târgu Jiu, Romania, as restored after 2000 Selected works „The Kiss” (one […]

19 Aug 2017

                        In the beginning was the Word…….. By way of using scientific words and arguments, Bible study – the Humanity Desk Book – by the help of computers, the author directly warns the reader regarding a whole humanity real problem, which each one of […]

01 Aug 2017

Clarence Frank Birdseye II (December 9, 1886 – October 7, 1956) was an American inventor who is considered the founder of the modern frozen food industry. Early life Birdseye’s double belt freezer (US Patent #1,773,079) Birdseye was born in Brooklyn in New York City. He became interested in food preservation by freezing while working as a […]

01 Aug 2017

Arthur Paul Pedrick Arthur Paul Pedrick was a prolific British inventor who obtained 162 United Kingdom patents between 1962 and his death in 1976.[1] His inventions were notable for their almost complete lack of practical applicability. Personal life Very little is known about the mysterious Pedrick. It is widely reported[1][2] that he worked for many […]