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New Invention: „Health Water“

Two Russian inventors have presented at the Geneva Invention Fair 2013 their invention:

„Health Water“

The invention is functional potable water for stimulating lymphatic drainage of toxins from the intercellular spaces in human body.

The invention constitutes method of generation and application of „Health water“

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New Invention: „ Telephone for the deaf“

One inventor from Thailand have presented at the Geneva Invention Fair 2013 his invention:

„Telephone for the deaf “

This invention is specifically designed in order the daef people to be able to be contacted by telephone in visual and written way.

Benefits of this invention:

Worldwide application of the invention which allows simple and easy telephone communication with the deaf persons and between deaf persons.

New Invention: „Roselle Innovation“

One inventor from Thailand have presented at the Geneva Invention Fair 2013 his invention:

„Roselle Innovation“

Roselle tablet was researched and debeloped aimed to help hypertension, hypercholeseterolemia and diabetes. According to USP standard criteria , roselle tablet was stabile and its shelf – life was longer than 2 years.

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New Invention: Display Mechanism Illustrating Fluid Dynamics

One Kuwaiti inventor have presented at the Geneva Invention Fair 2013 his invention:

"Display Mechanism Illustrating Fluid Dynamics“

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New Invention: The Fuel Inlet and Air Preheating or Cooling Device for the Internal Combustion Engine

Two South Korean inventors have presented at the Geneva Invention Fair 2013 their invention:

„The Fuel Inlet and Air Preheating or Cooling Device for the Internal Combustion Engine“

This invention

New Invention: Automatic feeder of meal and snack for pets

One South Korean inventor have presented at the Geneva Invention Fair 2013 its invention:

„Automatic feeder of meal and snack for pets“.

This invention secures automatic supplies of a variety of shapes and sizes of snacks for pets and ensures safety also in case of epidemic in livestiock farm, preventing infection on people.

The invention enables control over the quantity of the grain and the automatically vending of it.

Patentability of human genes in question

Crucial activity has been undergone regarding the patent case law when the US Supreme Court has heard arguments questioning whether the human genome can be claimed as intellectual property. This case is connected to a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union in 2009 that aims on the question whether companies should be able to patent genes. US authorities have been awarding patents on genes to universities and medical companies for almost 30 years. The case itself may have deep impact on future gene research.

Joint call for action aganinst patent trolls

Major companies Google, Red Hat, BlackBerry and ISP EarthLink have called on the US Federal Trade Commission and US Department of Justice to take action against patent assertion entities (PAEs), or as they are more commonly known, patent trolls. In a letter to the agencies, the companies point out that PAEs are now filing four times as many cases as they did in 2005 and claims cost US companies at least $29 billion in direct costs in 2011 and $80 billion when accounting for indirect costs.

According to ITC , Samsung text selection feature infringes Apple patent

A U.S.  trade agency judge has brought decision that  the text-selection feature Samsung has on its mobile devices infringes an Apple patent.

New Invention Heating Water with Cold Water

One inventor in  San Diego has developed a way to heat a home’s hot water by using the excess heat from cold water.

Most homes use three to four times as much cold water as warm water, with the temperature of the cold water averaging over 70ºF throughout the year—about 15º to 20ºF degrees warmer than necessary.

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