- v. present participle of patent.
“Ashby Pacesetter In Patents (with link to a Chemical & Engineering News article about gender differences in patenting, which cites Ashby as a woman "who gets it right")”
“Furthermore, what business does the NSA or any other government agency have in patenting anything?”
“India, fearing the loss of genetic material to pharmaceutical companies and other organizations interested in patenting the genomes of various organisms, forbids the export of tissue for analysis.”
“However, unless the business method you are patenting is of a “revolutionary” nature, priceline. com’s patent for example, it’s a waste of time and money.”
“However, educational choices that girls and young women make - not to go into science, engineering and technology - is going to have an impact on their ability to design products for patenting, which is essentially an engineering or design skill.”
“The Government has promoted the so-called patenting and engineering of the genetic designs of life forms to be used for the profit of corporations while endangering the future of the humanity.”
“It makes the idea of patenting seem silly, in a way.”
“Which is why the idea of patenting any of them - as raw algorithms, business methods, or software - is, er, patently ridiculous.”
“I now own the patent to the idea of patenting an idea.”
“Scientists have always rebelled against secrecy in research, and have even frowned on the idea of patenting their discoveries, seeing themselves as working to the benefit of all mankind.”
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