Get your Research Patented Now!

Any new and novel research that has not been in use so far and has utility in the market can be patented. A patent is a form of intellectual property, which gives its owner the right to prevent other researchers from making, selling, using, and importing an invention for a specific period, usually twenty years. This checklist takes the researcher through the journey of patenting. It helps the researcher understand the intricacies involved in patenting and also provides an understanding of how different patenting is as compared to publishing an article in the journal.

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