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in Property Dealers Thu Sep 01, 2016 11:37 am
by Shifangjing • 313 Posts

In this article, we will explore the 2 types of resources the government provides to inventors and offer examples of each. We will begin with information resources. Information Resources First and foremost, the government provides information resources to inventors of all kinds. The bulk of this information comes from the United States Patent & Trademark Office. One of the more helpful links on the USPTO website is their Inventor Resources website. Here, inventors of all kinds can learn about patents, what they are, how to apply for them, and more. They can also read about the types of inventions that are patentable, a huge aid in deciding whether an idea is worth pursuing. Some of the links on this webpage are especially helpful to inventors who are new to the field. "What is a Patent" walks inventors through the ins and outs of what a patent actually is. Most inventors should begin their education here. Once you are familiar with what a patent is, the USPTO offers a helpful list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about patents. If you have ever wondered what "patent pending" means or whether the USPTO will spill your trade secrets to other inventors, you will find the answers here.

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