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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: 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: Recycling Patents

Reduce, reuse, and recycle! The 3 ‘Rs’ are a popular catchphrase when it comes to being environmentally conscious. This week, we’re taking a look at a few patents focused on recycling. 1) Portable Compost Container Turning food waste into fertilizer is a common practice for gardeners. An easily portable container is ideal for when compost Read more…

Top 5: Solar Patents

Harness the energy of the sun with this week’s Top 5 patent list! 1) Timepiece for Using a Solar Battery as the Power Source While the idea of using solar batteries for timepieces and watches isn’t new, this patent aimed to remedy the issue (at the time) of solar batteries that fit in the watch Read more…

Top 5: Armed Forces Patents

This week we’re taking a look at some of the patents and inventions owned by the US Armed Forces. 1) Method for Leak Testing Masks This patent, currently assigned to the US Secretary of Army, tests for and measures the pressure drop in a protective gas mask to see if it is prone to leaks. 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: Planting Patents

intro 1) Planting Wall This patent pertains to the interlocking planting containers. 2) Seed Planter This planter from the late ’60s is a wheeled system that deposits the seeds into the ground via air pressure. 3) Rotary Sprinkler Rotary sprinklers are used on golf courses, cemeteries, home lawns, and various turfs and field, but they’re Read more…

Top 5: Rain Technology Patents 2017

“I’m only happy when it rains,” sings Garbage. While some people dread the rain, others look to it as inspiration for invention. So this week’s Top 5 takes a look at more rainy day patents. 1) Rain Erosion Resistant Material for Airborne Vehicle This invention is a thermoplastic material with a high electrical transparency. The Read more…

Top 5: Spy Gadgets

Part of the appeal of being a spy or an international agent like James Bond or Black Widow is all the cool gadgets, right? For this week, we rounded up a few patented items we think would be in any spy’s arsenal. 1) Enhanced Night Vision Device  Not all of your missions will happen in Read more…

Top 5: Supermarket Patents

This week’s Top 5 list takes a look at some of the patented technology applied to the supermarket. 1) Computerized Shopping Cart with Storage and Distribution System According to this patent’s literature, the aim of this invention is to create a computerized shopping cart “with services of check-out counter queue elimination, shopping information, emission of Read more…


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