Naturally, the October issue of Inventors Digest has a spooktacular Halloween theme to it.
We’re covering tricked-out inventions, tricked-out pumpkin patents and exploring how the Ouija Board got its patent.
You may even catch a glimpse of Adam Adams and Bill Ward’s Bug Tape, an innovative new product that’s perfect for trick or treaters looking for a sweet scare in their candy haul this year.
The October issue of Inventors Digest steers away from all things Halloween with two educational stories on plastics. IPWatchdog‘s Gene Quinn questions whether or not the board game Monopoly would receive a patent in today’s intellectual property world, and advises inventors to focus on uniqueness and functionality when applying for a patent. In addition, Inventors Digest is speaking with a 17-year-old who has invented a motion detector for those living with Alzheimer’s, a farmer with a new gravel spreader, and an inventor who’s created the “Restroom Kit” for those on-the-go folks wanting to maintain their hygiene standards.
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