- Book title - Patents : ingenious inventions : how they work and how they came to be
Author: Ben Ikenson. This work profiles a little more than 100 patents granted by the U.S. Patent Office, from those that have transformed our lives, such as the internal combustion engine and the artificial heart, to those that are relatively less revolutionary, such as the Chia Pet and the lava lamp
- Delphion Gallery of Historic Patents
Note: MAE EID booklet
- Book title - Inventing the 20th Century: 100 inventions that shaped the world
Author: Stephen van Dulken. The book describes 100 significant or at least interesting inventions from the 20th century. they have been chosen for their stories: how the inventions were thought of, how the problemss of making the product were solved or how they were marketed.
Note: Call number: T20.V217
- Book title - Patent It Yourself
Author: David Pressman. 13th edition; Nolo
- Creative Commons
Webpage - how businesses and economies are being affected by the challenges of new technologies on law, regulation and policy [published in Straits Times 30.7.08[
- IP Academy, Singapore
Organisation. Aims to develop IP thoughts and training.
Webpage. The WikiPatents Community contributes to the US patent system by reviewing issued patents and pending patent applications. WikiPatents features a wiki-like interface to review, rate, and discuss patents -- plus free patent PDF downloads, file histories, and advanced patent searching.
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