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Our proposed journal will include researches in the given fields of study. We are looking for essays, papers, patents and defensive publications* from researchers, entrepreneurs and inventors. Publishing your research or invention in our journal will result in the creation of a prior art which can be used to challenge patent claims. You can start by submitting your entry for the next volume. Date of publishing will depend on sufficient volume of submissions. Contributors to our journal will receive certificates. Entries will also get featured in our articles.

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IMPORTANT: Defensive publications are relatively inexpensive way to protect your idea. Inventors who don’t want to patent their ideas but seek to protect them from getting patented by others can go for it. However, if you think that your invention is too valuable for disclosure or if you feel that going open source is not in your best interests then we suggest that you should try and get a patent. Defensive publication can only partially help you stop your idea from getting patented by other parties. It does not give you a firm basis for litigation as these publications are not officially recognized under any intellectual property law or TRIPS agreement.

 

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