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Top 5: Library Patents

introduction 1) Cart Loading System and Method for Library-Like Materials This patent aims to limit the manual labor involved in restocking and organizing library shelves. These carts have a tilt and push element which slides the books or materials into the designated area or shelf. 2) Library Circulation Control System Dating back to the ’70s, Read more…

Google Books Ruled to Operate under “Fair Use” Copyright

Google Books, the scanning project that aims to digitize literature and text for the internet, does not infringe copyright.  The decision came about last Friday through the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. According to Forbes, the decision by Judge Pierre N. Leval “reaffirms what he considers the central purpose of copyright law, which might disturb Read more…

Top 5: Patent Research Books

Books are one of our favorite types of prior art literature to receive.  However, they also play a huge role in helping Researchers improve their search techniques.  Whether you’re a professional patent examiner or have never actually read a patent, the following books can help you grow as a Researcher for years to come.  These Read more…



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