"The empires of the future are the empires of the mind".
The quality of life for humanity has improved throughout the ages because someone somewhere had an idea of how to solve a problem and then managed to turn the idea into a reality. Civilization, as we know it, can be credited to this continuous flow of innovative thought and the tenacious dedication to moving beyond ideas to tangible products; products which continue to move mankind forward into new arenas of medicine, biotechnology, software, fashion, athletics, energy, and a vast number of other areas. Everything we are, everything we have and everything we know has started with one person's idea of how to solve a problem or make something better.
Brilliance and Inspiration:
American inventors know no limits. Any age, both genders, and all races throughout our history have contributed to the creative genius of American innovation. Since 1790, the United States Patent and Trademark Office has granted more than 7 million patents. The number of patents issued increased dramatically during the 19th century, stimulated by the industrial revolution and further fueling it. This resulted in a golden age for American invention. The technology envisioned by American inventors has improved our standard of living and linked us across physical and cultural divides.
Our Agenda: The Inventors' RoundtableTM is our attempt to create a safe, innovative and open forum where talented inventors and value-driven service providers can meet, connect and share experiences, insights and wisdom. This website provides inventors with links to relevant blog sites and an E-Forum, access to reputable service providers and a community calendar of roundtable discussions and other related events.
Explore your potential by joining us in person by attending one of the roundtable discussions or online at our sister site, The Inventor's DesktopTM.
Our hope for the Roundtable is that through it, you'll find the information and support you need to make your invention a success.
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