Do you know how to determine your Invention’s Unique Features…

Begin by identifying the distinctive aspects of your invention compared to existing ones. When evaluating your invention for patent eligibility, the Authority at the Patent Office assesses its novelty, nonobviousness, and utility.

Essentially, they scrutinize the differences between your invention and others to determine if they are significant enough.

Therefore, conducting a thorough patent search entails adopting the perspective of the Patent Office and pinpointing what distinguishes your invention.

Ask yourself, “what sets my invention apart?” and compile a list. This represents the novelty of your invention, which guides your search for similar existing inventions.

For instance, if your invention is a self-cleaning toothbrush, its novelty lies in its automated cleaning mechanism, setting it apart from traditional toothbrushes.

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