The Stapler Invention

A stapler is a device that joins pages by driving a metal staple through the paper and folding the ends. It can also be used to join human or animal tissue together with surgical staples to close a wound. The first known stapler was made in the 18th century in France...

gTool PenDriver

gTool is the leading tooling brand committed to innovation in the mobile and cell repair industry. PenDriver is the worlds first artificial intelligent screwdriver that is able to think for itself and determine screw orientation. PenDriver Pro The PenDriver Pro...

Register a Patent

To register a patent in South Africa is a two-step process, with the two steps being spaced 12 months apart. The reason for this two-step approach to patents is to give you time to determine the market for your invention, and to refine your invention into its...

Patent Exploitation

A patent grants exclusive rights to an inventor for a fixed period of time in exchange for the public disclosure of that invention. A patent is an exclusionary right which gives the owner the right to exclude others from making use of or infringing the patent in any...

Recipe Patents in South Africa

Recipe Patents in South Africa Is it possible to patent food recipes in South Africa? According to the Patents Act No. 57 of 1978 of South Africa, a patent may be granted for any new invention which involves an inventive step and which is capable of being used in...

The Hula Hoop invention

The hula hoop is a large toy ring that is twirled around the waist, limbs or neck. The hula hoop is an ancient invention and no modern company or single inventor can claim that they invented the first hula hoop. In the 1300s hooping came to Great Britain and homemade...

How far will Roller Coaster inventions go?

Roller Coaster Inventions The centerpiece of Pantopia™, Falcon’s Fury™ is the tallest freestanding drop tower in North America at Seaworld Park’s Busch Gardens in Tampa. Falcon’s Fury has a 90 degree mid-air turn for a 96 km/h free fall face-first! After about...

Easter Fun Facts

Easter is celebrated on the first Sunday that falls after the full moon following the vernal equinox. For most children, Easter is about bunnies that visit in the night, leaving colorful eggs, but for Christians, Easter Sunday is the day that Christ resurrected after...

Novelty

Novelty is obtained from the Latin word novus which means New. Novelty is the quality of being new or being original and unusual. Novelty generally exists in the subjective perceptions of individuals. An invention is a novel device, method, composition or process. It...