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Staff Specialist. Have you discovered or invented something as a BNL researcher? Protect your discovery by filing a Record of Invention form. The form alerts both BNL and the Department of Energy to new discoveries and enables a patent application to be filed to claim them. The Office of Technology Commericalization and Partnerships helps BNL inventors protect and commercialize their inventions and can help you secure external sources of research funding.
By discovering science, scientists are able to create something that can immeasurably improve the quality of life; for example, computers, telephones, televisions, planes and the list go on. With the discovery of these inventions, people can achieve their aspirations much more easily. As we know, science has helped our country a lot. It can turn a small, poor country into a progressive country. Science is the only hope of man against diseases. Without the inventions of science and the ceaseless efforts of scientists, many diseases and diseases such as the malaria , the cancer etc. The technology is so popular and economically profitable that benefits are published regularly.
Born at a time when the world faced a dire threat, the laboratories came together to advance science, safeguard the nation and protect our freedoms for generations to come. This network of Department of Energy Laboratories has grown into 17 facilities, working together as engines of prosperity and invention. As this list of breakthroughs attests, Laboratory discoveries have spawned industries, saved lives, generated new products, fired the imagination and helped to reveal the secrets of the universe. Rooted in the need to serve the public good and support the global community, the National Laboratories have put an American stamp on the last century of science. With equal ingenuity and tenacity, they are now engaged in innovating the future. The National Labs operate some of the most significant high performance computing resources available, including 32 of the fastest supercomputers in the world. These systems, working at quadrillions of operations per second, model and simulate complex, dynamic systems — such as the nuclear deterrent — that would be too expensive, impractical or impossible to physically demonstrate.
If a system has a continuous symmetry property, then there are corresponding quantities whose values are conserved in time. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Part of a series on Women in society Society. Science Technology. Arts Humanities.
Commercial success with a new technology usually depends on the exclusive ownership of a critical asset or capability. But to create the technology, an innovator draws on knowledge from many different sources. Inventors who mismanage that tension often fail to successfully commercialize their innovations. Inventors should carefully identify and protect the most profitable potential applications of an invention before competitors enter the fray. From this research they identified seven IP traps that unwary inventors individuals and companies alike fall into when developing scientific discoveries and inventions for the commercial market. The traps include publicly disclosing information prematurely, neglecting to enforce patent infringements, failing to demonstrate sufficient originality, overrelying on known science, failing to stake out the best territory for applications of the technology, mismanaging attribution of contributors, and ceding too much control over IP to funders. Drawing on examples encountered in their research, the authors describe these traps and offer advice on how to avoid them.
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