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Top 5: Weather-Related Patents

With changing seasons come changing weather patterns. something   1) Method and System for Generating and Sending User-Centric Weather Alerts Does your smartphone ever send you flash flood alerts on rain-heavy days? It’s most likely using this patented technology, which analyzes meteorological data and creates device-specific alerts based on location technology. 2) Testing Apparatus for Read more…

Top 5: Celebrity Patents, Part 3

We’re back with a new celebrity Top 5! Check out the list below to see if your favorite superstar is also an inventor or innovator. 1) Bill Nye Not only is Bill Nye everyone’s favorite science-educator from the ’90s, he’s also an inventor! Bill Nye’s patent is for a toe shoe, to help support a Read more…

Congratulations to the Winners of the 2015 European Inventor Award

The EPO announced the winners of the 2015 European Inventor Award today at a ceremony in Paris’ stock exchange, the Palais Brongniart. Of the 15 finalists, one winner was selected from each category: Research, Non-European Countries, Small and Medium Enterprises, Industry, and Lifetime Achievement. “The inventors honoured today have contributed immensely to advancing technology. Their Read more…

Inventing to Nowhere: A Documentary

We recently stumbled upon ‘Inventing to Nowhere,‘ a documentary by Save the Inventor. “Framed around the story of two first-time inventors, Inventing to Nowhere explores the stakes in policy fights over the American innovation economy.” The film is currently streaming online, and we’ve embedded it here. Sound off in the comments with your thoughts on Read more…

9th Grader Receives Patent for Science Fair Project

Science fairs, it seems, are generating the next wave of inventors. Samantha Melin from Wilmington, SC is the most recent instance of a student receiving a patent for an invention. But Melin’s story is a little bit different: not only has she received a patent for a unique garbage-disposal system, but she’s developed a business Read more…

Research Tips for Evidence of Use Studies

Are you looking for a new type of research to strengthen your skills and reinvigorate your intellectual treasure hunt? Get involved with a new type of Study by researching for an Evidence of Use Study! Evidence of Use (EoU) Studies are not the same as invalidity Studies that are typically offered on the Article One platform. Read more…

Top 5: NASA Inventions and Patents

There has been a lot of conversation and excitement recently involving Curiosity, the new U.S. Mars Rover. As a new resident of Mars, the rover has spiked a lot of, well, curiosity. Here at Article One, we continue to be enthralled by news from Mars and wonder what other amazing inventions NASA has provided. After Read more…

Top 5: Fourth of July Inventions

As you know, we occasionally incorporate upcoming holidays or events into our Top 5 lists, and the 4th of July is no exception! This coming Wednesday, July 4th, the United States will be celebrating their Independence Day.  As a holiday with numerous celebrated traditions, we’d like to highlight inventions that have become integral parts of Read more…



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