An adaptive, fast-learning person with a passion to develop new skills and solve new challenges. Aanchal started her career as a microbial biotechnologist. Innovations and patents excite my neuron and impulses.
The field of patenting enhances human brain electrically and body cells are excited to a state that processes and transmits information through electrical and chemical signals. These signals between neurons occur via specialized connections called synapses.
Biotechnology innovations and research are instrumental in healthcare systems, agriculture and food industry, polymer and material sectors, etc. Research and Development in this area is relatively time consuming and involves huge risk investment with risk involved with the outcome. To promote such results much more importance is affixed with respect to patenting the inventions in said field and enabling the growing research sector to sustain itself.
However, her keen interest in generating new ideas and protecting innovation pushed her to go on deeper levels of intellectual property.
She is a patent professional and technology enthusiastic. She believes that as a patent expert you work on cutting edge science information constantly and have the opportunity to find out about the next big thing before that reaches the masses. There is a lot to be learnt in this field because different innovations pertains to different domains.
Next came the patent laws. These began in England in 1624, and in this country with the adoption of our Constitution. Before then any man [might] instantly use what another man had invented, so that the inventor had no special advantage from his own invention. The patent system changed this, secured to the inventor for a limited time exclusive use of his inventions, and thereby added the fuel of interest to the fire of genius in the discovery and production of new and useful things. — Abraham Lincoln
Aanchal has extensive experience in the field of patent drafting, patent analytic and patent prosecution. She has worked in a wide range of technology domains, including core mechanical, electrical, civil, electronics and telecommunications and general inventions, computer software and mobile applications, e-commerce, and medical devices. She helps companies and individual inventors with complex intellectual property issues in all areas, including litigation, post-grant procedures, strategic counseling, prosecution, and licensing. She also has experience in website content writing and digital marketing. She is keen to explore opportunities where she can present herself more emphatically.
Some Celebrity Patented Inventions
FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA’S GARMENT FOR IDENTIFYING LOCATION ON BODY OF THE GARMENT WEARER
Auteur Francis Ford Coppola directed some of history’s most important movies. So where does he put his artistic sensibilities when he’s not wowing us cinematically? He designs and patents shirts to help people direct friends to where an itch should be scratched. His Garment For Identifying Location on Body of the Garment Wearer patent describes a shirt with a number grid that indicated the precise location of an itchy trouble spot. The illustration seems a bit confusing with the same number being used multiple times, so our advice for Coppola is to create a Battleship-style coordinates system. “C8, you sunk my back itch !
JACK JOHNSON’S ADJUSTABLE WRENCH
Jack Johnson was the first African American heavyweight boxing champion of the world. Known as Gentleman Jack, he was famous for not only breaking color lines, but also for his love of auto racing and insatiable appetite for women. And it was his love of women, specifically an alleged prostitute, that landed him in jail. While incarcerated, Jack modified a wrench so that it could be easily adjusted to tighten multiple-size fasteners. He patented the design, and today it’s something that remains familiar to many a mechanic and handyman.