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Sun Apr 23



Patents: Anti-rape device created
Abc.au [PATENT]
Inventor Sonette Ehlers says women will soon be able to wear a device which would attach itself to the rapists penis by microscopic hooks as he withdraws. "The rape device is a condom, its shaped almost like a tampon," she said. "Hollow inside and the inner wall of it is lined, and there we have got all our technology and little hooks which, upon forced penetration, will attach to the skin of the perpetrator and only a medical doctor can remove it. "Hell have to turn himself [...]




Mon Apr 24



Inventors: Exclusive interview with seminal 1960s computer isionary Doug Engelbart --hes still here and looking for funding
Siliconvalleywatcher [INVENTORS]
Mr Engelbart and his teams of researchers at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) shaped the look and feel of the PC, as John Markoff chronicles in his latest book What the Dormouse Said: How the Sixties Counterculture Shaped the Personal Computer Industry. Mr Markoffs book raises the profile of Mr Engelbart, well known as the inventor of the computer mouse, and less well known for his seminal work in creating many of the concepts later found in the personal computer. [...]




Mon Apr 24



Imposing Innovation or Exposing it
Innovateonpurpose [INNOVATION]
Sorry Ive been a bit lax about keeping up the blog posts. Between an open innovation webinar, a planned trip to Dubai to speak on innovation and a very successful innovation conference, (not to mention some customer work) Ive been a bit busy lately. But it was something I saw at our conference, and something I read today about Target that prompted this blog post. Because Im becoming convinced that you cant impose innovation from the top, it only gets exposed through internal cultural beliefs. [...]




Mon Apr 24



AliceStorm Update for Q1 2017
Feedblitz [UPDATE]
By Robert R. Sachs With the close of the first quarter of 2017, there have been some interesting patterns developing in AliceStorm. Let’s start with the big picture: There was a flurry of activity in March, with a record number of Section 101 decisions. The Federal Circuit issued 11 decisions alone (its highest monthly output), and the district courts contributed another 24(third highest month). However, the overall percentages of invalidity outcomes are stable as compared to last month, whi [...]




Sun Apr 23



Game Inventions: Pittsburgh inventor gets kick out of new game
Heraldstandard [KICK]
Rob DeMoss never thought that kicking a bowl with Disney characters on it with his 2-year-old son would lead to the invention of a new game. The Menallen Township man is the inventor of Kick Hockey, a combination of soccer and hockey, and is showing off his creation at the Invention and New Product Exposition in Pittsburgh. "I was living in Perryopolis in 1995 and was just kicking a bowl around the kitchen floor with my son, Collin," DeMoss said. "I just had the idea that this cou [...]




Mon Apr 24



Some Upcoming Events on IP Remedies
Comparativepatentremedies [UPCOMING]
1. The Licensing Executives Society will be holding its 2017 Spring Meeting in Washington, D.C. on May 9-11. The schedule for Thursday, May 11 includes a plenary session from 8:45 to 10:00 a.m. titled "How the Judiciary Is Impacting IP Policy-From Setting Policy to Dealing With Policy." The session will be moderated by Matt Larson, and speakers will include former U.S. District Judge Hochberg, former PTAB Judge Kamholz, and former International Trade Commission Chair Okun. Im told t [...]

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