The below is a press release from our client, Cube Cities. We're happy to have had a long, succesful relationship and look forward to future innovations from this team.
We're betting you've heard of our second great inventor to know, as he's made quite a name for himself as an innovator in the tech and aerospace fields.
These celebrities took their talents to the next level by using their talents to create invent devices to further their careers and personal lives. See below for our list of 6 celebrity patents:
Only 5 days left until Christmas! To celebrate, we share our team's picks for the top 5 Christmas patents. Let us know which is your favorite!
Harry Potter fans rejoice! We may be closer to getting our hands on an invisibility cloak than one would think. US patent 20080165442 A1 is for the system, method and apparatus for cloaking - or in our minds, the invention of the Harry Potter invisibility cloak. Amazing.
MU Patents discusses what industries will be booming for patents and what that means for innovators and the public alike.
Many think failing is the inability to achieve a goal. But a more helpful definition is the failure to learn from the attempt. Over time, some of the most successful stories begin with a number of failures, some of them monumental. Look at the classic examples of Walt Disney, Henry Ford and Milton Hershey, all of whom went bankrupt before they found success. After a few failures, they all learned enough to capture success.
The following information intends to answer some of the initial questions you may have in pursuing protection for your invention. Patent law is not an area of common sense, and feeling lost when you are just getting started is not uncommon. This post will answer the questions you may hesitate to ask.