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Top 5: Winter Patents 2017

December is here! Although the weather hasn’t been too extreme, it’s never too late to prepare for winter. Below is our picks for this week’s winter-related patents. 1) Personal Winter Vehicle  This patent for what is basically a snow-bike is fairly recent, and the concept isn’t too far-fetched. But it’s the patent art that really Read more…

Top 5: Leaf-Related Patents

We enjoy autumn for the changing color of the leaves, but not so much for the cleanup of the leaves! This week’s patent list takes a look at inventions related to cleaning and disposing of leaves, as well as leaf-related ideas. 1) Grass and Leaf Baler for Rotary Lawn Mowers This invention for a lawn Read more…

Top 5: Italian and Italian-American Inventors/Patent Holders

On October 12th, 1989, then-U.S. President George Bush declared the month of October as “Italian American Heritage and Culture Month.” To celebrate, we’re gathered a list of Italian and Italian-American inventors and patent holders! 1) Enrico Fermi Enrico Fermi is best known for winning the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1938, and working on the Read more…

Top 5: Back to School Patents

High school, college, grad school, trade school, online classes… the quest for education doesn’t have to stop! We’ve gathered up a few patents blah blah 1) Online Education Course with Customized Course Scheduling Not everyone has the means or the opportunity to attend college in-person. Online courses allow students to complete their education within their Read more…

Top 5: Dessert Patents

For all the sweet-tooths out there, we’ve rounded up five patents and inventions involved in creating people’s favorite treats. 1) Machine for Spinning Sugar Cotton candy is a street-fair and amusement park staple, since it’s pretty easy to make with this machine. Liquified sugar turns into the soft “cotton” through the centrifugal spinning force of Read more…

Top 5: Anti-Sweat Patents

Summer’s only a month away, but the heat wave is starting early. And while everyone loves the warm weather,  probably the least enjoyable aspect is sweat. This week, we’re taking a look at a few patents that either absorb or “prevent” sweat. 1) Sweat-absorbing Game Ball For those who like to play outdoor sports, a sweaty Read more…

Top 5: Women Inventors 2017

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re putting the spotlight on 5 female inventors this week. 1) Joyce Chen Chen’s patent is for a flat-bottom wok with a handle, also known as a stir fry pan. Her patent, however, only hints at Chen’s impact on the American culinary scene; Chen pioneered the all-you-can-eat Chinese buffet Read more…

Top 5: African American Inventors 2017

February marks Black History Month which honors the important people and events in the history of the African diaspora, as well as American history. To honor the achievements of this community, we’ve created a list of 5 African-American inventors and patent holders. ( You can check out a much more comprehensive list here, and check Read more…

Top 10 IP & Patent News Update – Week of 10/24/16

Welcome to Article One’s Top 10 Weekly News Update. Every week, Article One provides a quick list of the past week’s top news in patents and IP. Here are some of the stories that we’ve been reading! What were your top IP news  stories last week? Post them below in the comments or discuss your thoughts on one of our top picks!  BMW Allegedly Infringed Upon Numerous Patents – Northern California Read more…

Top 5: Irish and Irish-American Inventions

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day yesterday, we’ve listed a few Irish and Irish-American inventions. (For a more in-depth list of inventors, you can check out this Wikipedia page.) 1) Tattooing Machine Prior to Samuel O’Reilly’s tattooing machine, tattoos were not permanent. O’Reilly’s machine consists of needles that perforate the skin and then deposit the Read more…


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