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(IP Australia Glossary) A patent application is a descriptive document (often including diagrams) that contains "concise written statements that define the invention covered by the patent application".(IP Australia Glossary) You cannot patent artistic creations, mathematical models, plans, schemes or other purely mental processes.
Patents play a major role in technological, economic and social change.
Consider the many developments in mining, transportation, communication, building, agriculture, food production, photography and medicine over the last 200 years, that have been a consequence of patent protection.
Historically, patents have been variously called patents, patent applications, patent specifications, specifications or specifications of inventions.
In most countries today, a successful application lasts 20 years.
This guide is a brief introduction to searching for historical Australian and overseas patents.
It is not a guide for inventors on how to patent an invention.
For advice on applying for patents, useful contacts for inventors include: IP Australia - the Australian Government agency responsible for administering patents, trade marks, designs and plant breeder’s rights Inventor's Association of Australia - provides assistance to people with new ideas and who wish to discuss protecting and developing their inventions INNOVIC - a not for profit organisation that helps turn new ideas, inventions and innovations into viable products and new businesses Australian patent blog patentology covers developments in Australian and New Zealand patent law, and commentary on overseas patent law.
Steve van Dulken (Information Expert at the British Library) published an informative blog on patents and other forms of intellectual property (trade marks, designs and copyright).
In April 2013 he retired from the British Library and began "The Patent Research Blog".
This research guide provides information on locating patents registered in Australia and in overseas countries and regions, drawing on the collections of the State Library of Victoria, and various online databases.
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A patent is a government grant, for a set period of time, to exclusively make, use or sell, "any device, substance, method or process, which is new, inventive and useful".