Le grille-pain

Le grille-pain

Si ce n’est pas vous qui vous êtes levé pour l’enclencher, l’odeur sucrée qu’il confère au pain lorsqu’il le grille vient gentiment chatouiller vos narines pour vous sortir du lit.

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Lentille de contact

The contact lenses

Ever since Jesus Christ and his saliva, many ideas have been considered throughout the ages to improve a person’s sight.

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The tire

Whether we take our car, the bus, or a bicycle, tires are a necessity in most of our travels in modern-day life.

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Le roulement à billes

Le roulement à billes

Le roulement à billes, vous accompagne dans la majorité de vos déplacements. Ce petit dispositif se retrouve sur les roues de votre skateboard, de votre vélo ou de votre voiture, mais aussi dans l’industrie, comme par exemple sur les rotatives d’impression de vos journaux.

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The Bic® ballpoint pen

The arrival of Bic® pens in classrooms was met with thunderous approval by the students, where its practicality and simplicity were appreciated almost as much as transforming them into miniature blowguns.

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The zipper

If you’ve never seen a court case in France, it might surprise you to know that French lawyers do not wear suits and ties. Instead, they wear black robes with precisely 33 buttons down the front and a white kerchief at the neck.

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The non-stick frying pan

Ever since 1956, our fried eggs have happily slid around frying pans without the need for oil thanks to the efforts of the French engineer.

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The bra

One of the first feminists, Herminie Cadolle, a corset-maker and a close Communard friend of Louise Michèle, decided to bring an end to the torture device (so-called because of the body deformation and fainting that it caused).

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The parachute

If someone asked you to think of famous and fantastical inventions from history, and their creators, one cannot help but recall the renowned inventor, Leonardo da Vinci.

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The application

This is the prerequisite for protection.

An application is the first act of protection, and must also contain the invention’s protection strategy.

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Protection

A patent provides both legal and economic protection throughout the life of the innovation.

Valorization

A patent provides numerous benefits: it is a competitive advantage, a source of revenue, and represents future capital.

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