If the search is unable to identify any prior publications of the invention the way is clear to make a patent application.
Along with the now compulsory Dart River Safari invention of heated handrails, your ride just gets better!
His greatest brilliance lay in self-promotion, and he never did take credit for his greatest invention, the research and development team, because that would have taken the limelight from himself for all his teams' inventions.
Brady made his way to New York City, and by 1843, five years after Daguerre announced his new invention, he was already active in the slightly disreputable trade of photography, manufacturing the leather and metal cases for holding daguerreotypes.
The Regulatory Review Exception is also not restricted to excluding from infringement acts in relation to a patented invention used in the product for which registration is sought.
The Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) originated as a mechanism for simplifying the first part of the process required for obtaining patent rights to an invention in several countries.
Inventions: lightbulbs with osmium filaments, the spark plug, the airconditioner, high voltage ignition for internal combustion engines, electric hearing aid, the drum brake.
What emerges from this is that it no longer can be said that a method of treating humans can not be an invention.
A patent is a grant by the Crown based on the concept that in return for an inventor making a full disclosure for his/her invention, the Crown will grant a monopoly for a 20 year period.
The existence of works of art, icons, fetishes, paradigms, theories, gods, beliefs, inventions, artifacts and fictions, demonstrate the awesome creative powers of the human mind.
James H is working on his new invention, the super bass guitar.
The philosophical puzzles--about chance and order, appearance and reality, science and art--are increasingly tethered, in plays such as The Real Thing , Arcadia , and The Invention of Love , to a more conventionally theatrical register of feeling.
Inventions and discoveries are named after the fact.
Under the Patents Act 1953, among other criteria the invention must be: 256765
This invention relates to a device, referred to herein as a "Cabinet" which will provide physical and biochemical support for an animal's head which has been "discorporated" or "discorped" (ie severed from its body).
What makes an invention patentable?
In New Zealand, certain public disclosures of an invention prior to filing a patent application will not be considered to jeopardise the application.
Some of the designs shown at the Met reflect a serious daring; they are examples not just of amusing invention but also of rule-breaking.
A valid patent cannot be granted for an invention that is already known to the public or if there is another invention the same or very similar already known or used in New Zealand.
They make small genetic alterations in the seeds, calling those "inventions" to gain the patents.
A patent is a monopoly right granted by the Crown to encourage invention and commercial exploitation of inventions.
He did introduce one new subject: the impending rewrite of the patent laws that (he says) will allow foreigners to steal U.S. inventions.
Can invention in the discovery of a new pharmaceutical use be protected in such a way as to leave unrestrained the medical practitioner in the practice of his or her diagnostic, therapeutic or surgical methods?"
On this matter, I find that I can identify with much in Hyam Maccoby's books: Paul and Hellenism and The Mythmaker: The Invention of Christianity.
The dish in question in his invention, first prepared at Trader Vic's restaurant.
Its message is that the advanced technological future--what we now call the age of digitalization--will transform the human race into a new, probably soulless species, just as apes once became humans by the invention of the tool.
They're both living in...the U.S. A column by Mike Downey in the Sunday LAT brought word of an invention that could single-handedly reverse the tide of tabloidism: a miniature device worn on a cap or as jewelry that, whenever a photographer tries to take the wearer's picture, emits a picture-ruining flash.
And someone had to keep track of all the information that erupted with volcanic force from the intensity of the debates and discussions and endless invention that has continued unabated for 30 years.
It would be great to see this decline as divine retribution for the invention of Dockers, but the answer has more to do with dramatic changes in the kinds of jeans kids buy and Levi's failure to adapt to those changes.
This shews the antiquity of this invention, which is at least as old as the Conquest.
It was a major invention in the world of opthalmic optics.
If necessity is the mother of invention, then its father is an inveterate tinkerer, with a large garage full of spare parts.
Invention of energy-saving and energy-producing devices and methods.
Barry and Haydn enjoy tramping and hunting, and the rifle sleeve invention was sparked when Haydn heard about a teenage boy being accidentally shot on a hunting trip.
& Ptacek, G. (1987) Mothers of invention: From the bra to the bomb: Forgotten women and their unforgettable ideas.
Patent application - opposition - multiple Opponents - prior publication - obviousness - not an invention - insufficiency - opposition dismissed - Patents Act 1953 ss21(1)(b), (e), (f) and (g) 343791
Now featuring a shop window for new inventions.
Hybrid Invention Generator is an interactive video work where visitors will be able to select known inventions, such as cameras and engines, from a touch-screen menu, and cross-breed them into new and unexpected mutations.
The display of the invention at an industrial exhibition with the consent of the inventor.
Big Strike Bowling is undoubtedly the best thing to happen to the sport since the invention of the bowling ball!
Zip it, zip it good: A NYT "Science Times" article unzips a new use for a 106-year-old invention.
Vance has achieved something extraordinary: the invention of nearly 1700 interesting new words, a number sufficient to justify his own dictionary.
Worse, Grant's linguistically hapless gangster--Mickey Blue Eyes--never makes a climactic reappearance, so the filmmakers waste their best invention.
For that matter, Socialist Realism was no monolithic invention of the Soviet state.
The peculiar pictures that resulted made the new invention of photography, and especially the casually composed snapshots of the 1890s and after, seem less outrageous, more "artful."
Invention of the self-regulating electrical generator.
20010924 Time tables of mankind: progress through knowledge and invention.