Non-quantity European companies seeking to protect their inventions by registering European patents are growing at an unprecedented rate. On 2014, the number of patent applications submitted to the European Patent Office was about 2 out of 3 (EPO) It originated in countries other than Europe, which clearly shows the attractiveness of Europe as a technology market. Electrical engineer, founder of 3D Systems, this printing group that created almost any plastic object from scratch sounds like something in science fiction, but the 3D printer for Charles \"Chuck\" Hull has been implemented American scientists have developed a stereo printing method to make objects by depositing wafers with UV laser A thin layer of liquid resin until the desired shape is reached. Hull will enter the National Inventor Hall of Fame in May 21 and invented 3D printing as early as 1983, when he had the idea of stacking synthetic resin in a laminated layer and depositing the layer into some form using UV rays. Since there is no way for his employer to develop the idea, Hull has built a 3D system to implement the idea. Known as a revolution in industrial manufacturing, 3D printing has a wide range of potential in many areas, including the creation of prototypes, ready to goto- Use of products and medical applications; Bone and individual organs can already be duplicated using this method. Read his interview with the car supplier and general manager of Denso Wave, a Toyota subsidiary (Hara) It started as a basic attempt to upgrade in- But eventually changed the bar code completely. The black-and- The white squares developed by Masahiro Hara and his team are now available everywhere on billboards and product packaging worldwide for quick access to data and multimedia content. The QR (Quick Response) When Hara\'s employer needs to embed more data in the scanable code, the code is developed to track production components. The matrix barcode contains 350 times the data of the standard barcode and also allows users to access it faster. The Japanese scientist\'s QR code quickly became part of everyday life, far beyond the scope of the factory, and labeled patient records and biological samples in hospitals, give passengers access to data from museums or marketing billboards around the airport. The QR code can be used for free for anyone, creating quick and easy links from the physical world to the virtual world with just a smartphone and app. Mathematicians and colleagues Founder of Galaxy BiotechnologyQueen); Biologist and CEO of Threshold PharmaceuticalSelick) Thanks to the work of Cary Quinn and Harold \"Barry\" Cedric, targeted cancer treatment is emerging in a new era of cancer treatment. Molecular biologists have developed a technique for manufacturing immunoglobulin, which has the ability to attack diseases without being attacked by the body\'s defense system. This is one of the most promising ways to fight cancer and other diseases (including MS, arthritis and asthma. The Queen and Rick made a breakthrough in 1988 When they work together in the protein design lab, they produce an antibody that is attached to the antigen produced by the disease, but avoids being recognized as an intruder by the body\'s immune system. Since then, American scientists have been recognized as a pioneer in the humanization of antibodies, a process that makes targeted therapy possible. Based on this approach, at least nine cancer drugs have been approved, including Herceptin and Avastin, which have benefited millions of cancer patients.