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Day 31 - The Chiropter

Northrup St. John was determined to be an aeronaut. It was his destiny, as he had assured so many over the years.

Though man had not flown since Icarus, many were sure – Northrup included – that the species that conquered baser elements could gain dominion over air through the marvels of modern technology.

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12 Signs You Might be a Natural-Born Inventor

Inventors have certain traits that set them apart from other people. Those traits can be found in their thinking, their habits and in their personalities. 423 more words

The Daily Schedules of Genius

Ever wondered how your favorite author or artist spent their day? Podio, a software company, charted the days of a number of philosophers, writers and artists. 185 more words

Genius

Patent Art Gift

In keeping with my last post and my love of patent art at the moment, I thought I would share a gift I made last year for a dear friend.  151 more words

History

New EPO’s amendments relating to unity of invention

Authors: Dr. Jacekas Antulis, Associated Partner, Head of the Patent Division at METIDA, Birute Dauderiene, Patent Attorney at METIDA

New EPO’s amendments will simplify the application system and ease the lot of the inventors. 290 more words

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