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Roads? Where we are now we don’t need roads. Or do we?

The big day that thousands of people were looking forward to has finally arrived.

Dr. Emmett Brown and Marty McFly have arrived to the future – which is now the present.

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New patent database from USPTO

USPTO launched a new database for patent searching called PatentView. It provides analytic data about patents since 1976.  The platform allows users to view search results according to Patent, Inventor, Assignee and Class. More information here.Source: Intellogist.


Google Glides by Section 101

US 2015/0227523 assigned to Google Inc. of Mountain View CA relates to computer implemented methods, non-transitory computer storage devices and computer implemented search systems. The application claims priority back to a May 2009 provisional application through an intervening US utility application from May 2010. 1,292 more words


Fat Lady in the Limelight?

J.D. Salinger was famous for saying (in Catcher in the Rye) “It’s not over until the fat lady sings.” This posting is about the August 13, 2015… 1,105 more words


O’Brien Coin Guide: Armstrong & Legge’s 'Patent' Irish Halfpennies’ for Charles II


On 23rd October 1680, letters patent were granted to Sir Thomas Armstrong and Colonel George Legge) to manufacture copper halfpennies for use in Ireland for a period of 21 years.   1,793 more words


Tutorials for handling with PatentScope

WIPO published video tutorials about PatentScope database. The presented information gives explanation about the way in which the database works in particular:

– Introduction;

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