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Kazakhstan is third in CIS by inventions

26 december 2011, 17:13
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Kazakhstan holds the third place by the amount of inventions among CIS countries, yielding the first and second places to Russia and Ukraine, Tengrinews.kz reports, citing Karavan.

The National Institute of Intellectual Property in Kazakhstan received 32 857 applications between 1992 and 2010. 28 000 applications were made by Kazakhstan residents. Other applications were registered by foreign companies in order to patent their products at the territory of Kazakhstan. 26 370 inventions have been patented between 1993 and 2010.

“Most of the inventions are associated with satisfying human life necessities. Agriculture, Medicine, Veterinary science, Food are the out front of the list. Chemical and Metallurgical industry are at the second place by the number of issued patents. For example, many countries use environment friendly technology in processing of concentrated lead-zinc products invented in Kazakhstan. Various technological processes are at the third place. Construction and Mining Engineering, Mechanical Science, Lighting and Heating Systems, Physics, Electricity inventions follow them,” Balzhan Kutumova, head of the Research Center said.

“Inventions associated with ways of cooking of different national food products include kurt (a dried rolls from curd and salt), kumis (mare’s milk), shubat (camel’s milk), tary (millet cooked with molten butter), zhent (sweetened millet) and so on are being actively patented now. Earlier Kazakhs prepared kumis by hand. At present inventors suggest power-operated devices to mix kumis. These devices make the process easier and cut production time. The way of cooking of a dry shubat has also been patented. In the process of recombination yellow and white powder with sour taste preserves its’ natural nutrition properties,” Ayzhan Imansayeva, the Innovations Patent Research Service deputy director said.

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