Bank of innovations

In this section registered users can present information about their author's innovations: inventions, scientific resolutions, industrial samples etc. To publish information the user determines its parameters: area of application of innovations and language. Information can be placed in any language chosen by the author (available to the widest audience possible) or in two languages, in this case English is obligatory. Identical information in different languages is placed together.

Information must include the following elements:

  1. Serial number of the author’s innovation;
  2. Author’s name and surname;
  3. Coauthors and their personal information; 
  4. Language; 
  5. Title and description of the innovation; 
  6. Country of origin of innovation;
  7. Year of the completion of the innovation; 
  8. Existence of patent, copyright certificate or another document (with the indication of the country of the document’s origin), confirming the official copyright protection (if any); 
  9. Images of the invention, drawings, blueprints, documents, etc. (up to 5 files). Information about the invention is limited to 1500 characters (with spaces). 
  • All information is presented in the alphabetical order in accordance with English or Russian alphabet (if information is published in another language, the author’s full name will have to be specified in English obligatorily - this way information in any language can be systematized through the English alphabet): a) sorting by the capital letter of the author’s surname; b) sorting by the capital letter of the title of innovation. Possible search criteria: area of application of the innovation, innovation title, author and language. 
  • There is a dialog box for comments and ranking under every innovation. 
  • One comment is limited to 500 characters (with spaces).
  • Anyone can comment information in this section in any language chosen by the author or in any other language (but not more than 3 comments in different languages). 

* Credit nature of this section assumes the following: a) author gets 30 nominal points for every innovation published; b) during the calendar year all interested persons can read the information and rank it, raising or lowering its nominal mark by 1 point (different language versions of the same work are evaluated TOGETHER); c) the final mark of the innovation is concluded following the results of a calendar year; it is the sum of a nominal mark and all marks, given by users; d) the final mark of the innovation (information) following the results of a calendar year together with marks of other author’s materials in other "Eidoses" and points earned in the GISAP project (, form "the author’s intellectual budget" convertible into the officially declared scientific degrees and titles of the IASHE.