Martin Cooper: the inventor of cell-phone

Have you ever thought what your lives would be without a cell-phone nowadays?

All the mobile information and technology we are living in, happened thanks to the wonderful invention of Martin Cooper, electronic engineer and inventor from US, precisely the man who conceived and introduced the cell-phone almost 40 years ago.

The following video documentary has been developed by David Friedman for PBS and is a short portrait and presentation of this brilliant man:

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A prolific inventor from Japan: Katsushige Nakamura

Japan, as is well known, is one of the most highly capable countries of innovation, especially in the R&D field.
Today for “Patents world” we include a video developed by the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) about a prolific inventor who come right from Japan: Katsushige Nakamura, president of Mitaka Kohk, a small company with just 50 employees specialized in high-precision measurement tools.

Katsushige Nakamura, inventor, Japan from WIPO on Vimeo. (more…)

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Eco-friendly packaging solution from Sri-Lanka

In our “Patents world” section we continue to talk and present great innovations and technical solutions from all over the world, in most of the cases inspired by natural elements.

The video we propose today, developed by the WIPO, is dedicated to Dr. Nandadasa Narayana, a world renowned Sri Lankan innovator and inventor.

He is the proud inventor of “PacGro”, an eco-friendly packaging solution made from coconut residue, replacing conventional plastic and polystyrene packaging. A great “solution for greening the world“, as the doctor called it. (more…)

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