Patents and certificates of invention are services provided by the International Scholars and Researchers Association (ISNRA) to document patents and certificates. This service is distinguished from the rest of the international institutions by the following:
- The high reliability of the certificates evaluated and granted by the association.
- The high reliability of the scientific evaluation of patents executed by highly distinctive international evaluators.
3 – Accepting patents in various languages.
- Adopting the method of Clear and Transparent Scientific Assessment (CTSA) in the evaluation of the scientific works submitted. This is used for the first time in the world.
5 – Granting patents the unified distinctive number.
CTSA Clear and Transparent Scientific Assessment
The inaccuracy of the scientific evaluation of many scientific and academic institutions, due to the unclarity of the researcher’s idea or lack in a specialized evaluator to evaluate the concerned work, caused a delay in the issuance of certificates and patents and that made patentees to refrain from patent registration. ISNRA, however, has adopted a new method in the scientific evaluation of the submitted scientific works known as, the Clear and Transparent Scientific Assessment (CTSA), which is a highly objective and clear scientific assessment involves submitting the scientific works to multiple evaluators and as the following:
– Three evaluators proposed by ISNRA who are unknown for the researcher.
– Two evaluators proposed by the researcher who are familiar with his/her works.
After evaluation, the reviewers’ comments will be studied and published on a closed scientific discussions page.
The researcher and the evaluator will be given one month only to interact with the corrections and exchange views through a chat page provided by ISNRA, which is a unique unprecedented approach adopted by ISNRA for the first time in the world and involves:
– Confidentiality of evaluation to ensure impartiality.
– Onboard assessment discussions to ensure justice.
– Discussing the assessments to ensure the researcher’s right to defend his/her scientific work and ensuring the evaluator’s right to defend his/her assessment.
This unique method of assessment will have the greatest impact on supporting and promoting the scientific and creative works of researchers, scholars and patentees from all over the world and produce an international forum for constructive discussions. Also, it guarantees the researcher’s right to publish his/her ideas even if he/she has not been issued a patent or certificate and this, in turn, guarantees their intellectual property and make their works as a valuable resource that is to be quoted and considered in any later related researches and studies. And this service is not provided by all publishing houses, magazines and international intellectual property rights institutions.
Evaluators and anti-theft programs are not enough to fight the theft of ideas whereas the CTSA ensures that ideas are not completely stolen by publishing patents and certificates for a transparent scientific discussion for one month before granting them to ensure that there is no theft or objection from any party.
Patents’ Acceptance Requirements
These requirements must be met in the patent application in order to make their way for evaluation and then to the final decision on granting or rejecting the patent:
1-Newness: means that the work must be new, creative and unprecedented by anyone.
2-Innovation: The idea of the work must be innovative that needs to be scientifically proven.
3-Application: The work or invention must be applicable in real life.
After accepting the patent, it shall be evaluated again for classification into the following:
4 – Certificate of the patent’s idea.
Note that these grades are preliminary degrees that might change if the researcher’s ideas turn out to be more important and to be applied in various fields, or when it gets the attention of international researchers and scholars and considered as a valuable resource for other researches and academic works, the degree of patent will increase or may be decreased depending on its efficiency and practicality in real life.
The adoption of a non-permanent degree of patents is a new realistic innovative way of dealing with the ideas of patents, in the light of the great impact of the global scientific interaction on the internet, especially through social media and the various scientific communication means.
Granting a certificate of the invention is extremely important for researchers and scholars who have ideas but do not have the time or money to prove their ideas and document them which leads to the loss of their rights in them. And their ideas might be taken by other researchers who get a certain support to prove and register the idea in their names. ISNRA, however, ensures the rights of patentees and guarantees their intellectual property, even if they are unable to prove them by granting them a patent certificate until sufficient support is available for their registration. Another researcher from another institution will complete their work; the thing that is not available in any academic or scientific institution around the world.