Research is an important embryonic stage of developing any product or process leading to an invention. Certain improvements/ modifications and selections over the existing technologies are an integral part of the development during identifying various solutions to obtain the best outcome. While the conception has already been either protected or is under process by means of patents simultaneously, it is also pertinent to protect the scope of further ongoing developments. It is often the case when the invention is either selected over the existing knowledge/patents or is an improvement/modification of the same. Feedback from the market or an existing requirement is worthy for…

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