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Josephine Cochrane. Dishwasher

Josephine Cochrane (1839–1913) was fond of throwing dinner parties in her mansion in Illinois.

Buyer Beware: Counterfeit Pharmaceuticals

According to the World Health Organization, at least one in 10 medical products sold in developing countries is falsified.

Darya Lando took part in the round table “Emerging Markets of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) – It’s Time to License Your IP Assets”

All participants in the round table discussion agreed that the involvement of patent attorneys and IP lawyers specializing in the legislation of a particular jurisdiction is crucial at all stages of a license agreement.

Blaise Pascal: arithmetic machine

19-year-old inventor.

Maria Skłodowska-Curie. Use of radiation in medicine

Maria Curie was the first woman in the world to receive the Noble Prize, and the first person in history to be awarded twice

Inventions that changed the world. Radio

On May 7, 1895 at the meeting of the Russian Physical Chemical Society in St. Petersburg Popov demonstrated the functioning of his instrument, which actually became the world's first radio.

Inventions that changed the world. Bus

The world’s first city bus with an internal combustion engine began its route in London on April 12, 1903.

Augusta Ada King Byron. Computer algorithm

Augusta Ada King Byron, Countess of Lovelace (1815 – 1852)

We have started accepting entry applications for participation in the 17th International Exhibition for Young Inventors (IEYI)

Exhibition will be held online this time from September 1 to October 31, 2021 at the headquarters in Taipei (Taiwan)

Mark Twain, a writer and inventor!

"I knew that a country without a patent office and good patent laws was just a crab, and couldn’t travel any way but sideways or backways".