What is Invention?

The invention is defined as "the solution of any specific problem in the industry, including agriculture".
 

What is Patent?

In the case of a patent, the inventor has the right to manufacture, use, sell or import the product of the invention for a certain period of time. This certificate is also called a patent. The "patent right", which has an important place in traditional terminology and industrial property rights, is the right to an intangible good that is more concerned with developing countries, especially in terms of technology transfer. Machines, vehicles, devices, chemical compounds and processes and all production methods are covered by patent protection. Purpose of Patent Laws; to implement the technical solutions obtained by the protection and the inventions necessary to promote inventions, innovations and creative mind activities. The patents granted and their application in the industry ensure technical, economic and social advancement. The high number of patents granted in developed countries in the industrial field prove the validity of this idea.

THE PROTECTION OF THE PATENTS OF THEIR DISEASE

Recognition of mind-making, Encouragement of the invention activity, The invention of the inventor, Explanation of research and development results, dissemination of technical information. Topics such as discoveries, scientific theories, mathematical methods, commercial, financial and economic issues related to mind activity, games of chance, literary and artistic works, public order, and inventions contrary to general morality remain outside patent protection.

 

WHAT WILL THE CRITERIA WHO HAVE TO PROTECT THE PATENT PROTECT?

Innovation: Absolute innovation meant to be written, verbally or otherwise unexplained by others before the application is made.

Exceeding the known state of the art: It means "the quality that the expert can not easily think and practice".

Applicability in the industrial world: the criteria for feature set that can be applied to practice are sought instead of being entirely theoretical. (See the reference guide for details.)