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Intellectual Property Articles:

Patents News In Hollywood - Google News

Architect Develops the World's First Hoverboard
All of the patents I was looking at were for moving objects. So I asked, why is that? If I can levitate a ... Everyone has seen hoverboards in Hollywood movies, but these high-tech gadgets could finally become a reality. Because the boards require a ...

Rutgers Chemistry Students Visit China's Jilin University, Experiencing ...
Packet Online
Four Rutgers University Chemistry students recently travelled to Jilin University in Changchun, China as part of an educational exchange program that has seen more than 40 faculty and students traverse the 12 time zones and nearly 6,500 miles between ...

Hollywood Film Fest puts the social action into lights and cameras
Los Angeles Times
The documentary "Slingshot" covers two tracks ? one being a portrait of inventor Dean Kamen, holder of more than 400 patents but best known for his Segway scooter, with the other being Kamen's efforts to create a small water-purification machine for ...

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Through the years: A local's discovery of family, part nine
Tillamook Headlight Herald
Ed Dean went with the patents. He retired from Dutch Boy in San Francisco as Vice President responsible for putting all of the sundries (brushes sand paper, scrapers, etc.) on computer management programs Since he's my step-father (no one's had a ...

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