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A*STAR scientists invent the world's only controllable molecule gear of minuscule size of 1.2nm

Scientists from A*STAR's Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), led by Professor Christian Joachim 1 , have scored a breakthrough in nanotechnology by becoming the first in the world to invent a molecular gear of the size of 1.2nm whose rotation can be deliberately controlled. Thi...

Raptor Pharmaceuticals Doses First Patient in Phase 2b Clinical Trial of DR Cysteamine for Cystinosis

...ties develop with the Company's process; that Raptor's patents are not sufficient to protect essential aspects of its technology; that competitors may invent better technology; and that Raptor's products may not work as well as hoped or worse, that the Company's products may harm recipients. As well, Raptor...

Sandia researchers construct carbon nanotube device that can detect colors of the rainbow

...sorption capability, or even genome sequencing. The near-term purpose, however, is basic science. "A large part of why we are doing this is not to invent a photo detector, but to understand the processes involved in controlling carbon nanotube devices," says Lonard. The next step in the project is t...

Publication of Shire plc's Annual Report 2008

...oprietary rights that might be necessary or useful for the development, manufacture or sale of the Group's products. If third parties are the first to invent a particular product or technology, it is possible that those parties will obtain patent rights that will be sufficiently broad to prevent the Group o...

MIT, BU team combats antibiotic resistance with engineered viruses

...ew approach: engineering existing bacteriophages (viruses that infect bacteria) to attack specific targets. "It's much easier to modify phages than to invent a new drug," said Lu. Lu, who completed his PhD at HST last year, won the $30,000 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize and the grand prize in the National Co...

TechConnect World 2009 Announces January 28th 'Last Call' for Speaker-Proposals

... accepted until January 28, 2009 for the following conference opportunities: The IP Forum - is designed for companies and individuals who invent new technology and are looking for firms interested in licensing this technology, or in becoming investors. To submit IP for review, click here: htt...

Comedy 'Horror In The Wind' Banned In New Mexico

...s refused to screen the locally produced comedy because it is too political. "Horror In The Wind" tells the story of two biogeneticists who invent an airborne formula that accidentally reverses the whole world's sexual orientation. Allen Theaters, the only Cineplex in Alamogordo where the fi...

Collegiate Inventors Competition(R) Recognizes Top Student Inventors

...oaching the values of steel and its alloys. "This year's finalists are immersed in innovative, important work," said Jeffrey Dollinger, President of invent Now, Inc., a subsidiary of the National Inventors Hall of Fame Foundation. "Once again, the Collegiate Inventors Competition has proven an effective s...

Living Proof, Inc.: The Launch of the Next Beauty Revolution

...ive. We are a team of scientists from outside beauty led by MIT institute professor Dr. Robert Langer, and beauty authorities with a shared vision: to invent efficient formulas based on entirely new molecules and breakthrough technologies for results you can see from across the room. ...

RF Technologies(R) Installs Safe Place(R) Solution for Pediatric and Infant Security at ProHealth Care's Waukesha Memorial Hospital

...edited with inventing the first RFID infant security system, which was designed and developed by nurse clinicians. It was the first in the industry to invent Peer-to-Peer Wi-Fi RTLS, and to offer Remote Monitoring, RF Consulting and 24X7 technical support by RF Technologies' staff specialists and a nationwi...

Raptor Pharmaceuticals Closes $10 Million Private Placement

...ntific difficulties develop with our process; that our patents are not sufficient to protect essential aspects of our technology; that competitors may invent better technology; that our products may not work as well as hoped or worse, that our products may harm recipients; and that we may not be able to rai...

Allegiance Equity Corporation announces collaboration with Canadian Dairy Commission and Guelph Food Technologies Corporation for Alzheimers and Dementia formulation GG-XT

...g, world renowned scientists, researchers, universities and suppliers. Allegiance continues to attract an impressive following based on its ability to invent new proprietary treatments for widespread diseases where existing drugs, research channels and OTC products fails to meet the needs of patients. Alleg...

Raptor Pharmaceuticals Corp. Announces Presentation at 5th International Cystinosis Conference 2008

...ntific difficulties develop with our process; that our patents are not sufficient to protect essential aspects of our technology; that competitors may invent better technology; that our products may not work as well as hoped or worse, that our products may harm recipients; and that we may not be able to rai...

Raptor Pharmaceuticals Corp. Receives FDA Orphan Drug Designation for Cysteamine in Huntington's Disease

...ntific difficulties develop with our process; that our patents are not sufficient to protect essential aspects of our technology; that competitors may invent better technology; that our products may not work as well as hoped or worse, that our products may harm recipients; and that we may not be able to rai...

Raptor Pharmaceuticals Corp. Enters Agreements to Advance Clinical Pipeline

...ntific difficulties develop with our process; that our patents are not sufficient to protect essential aspects of our technology; that competitors may invent better technology; that our products may not work as well as hoped or worse, that our products may harm recipients; and that we may not be able to rai...

Hiemstra Appoints Robert C. Glines as Director of Business Development

...ch as CardioThoracic Systems (CTSI), Microheart, Inc., and AngioSense, Inc. He was part of the original, early-stage R&D team at CTSI, where he helped invent the platform technologies and continued through the IPO (which was one of the fastest IPO's of any medical device company). Mr. Glines co-founded Micr...

SDCRM Receives Highest Score in Three of Four Categories from CIRM on Part I of Major Facilities Grant Application

...ch Institute and the University of California, San Diego. In addition to the collective strength of its members, SDCRM's research program goals are to invent research tools and technologies to hasten the pace of stem cell research progress and to discover and develop diagnostics, therapies and cures to reli...

CryoCor Files Patent Infringement Lawsuits Against CryoCath

...e proceedings initiated in 2004 with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. CryoCor's believes that it, through the licensor, was the first to invent certain pre-cooling technologies and is seeking that an interference be declared between CryoCath patents and CryoCor intellectual property to determi...

Raptor Pharmaceuticals Acquires Orphan Clinical Program

...ntific difficulties develop with our process; that our patents are not sufficient to protect essential aspects of our technology; that competitors may invent better technology; that our products may not work as well as hoped or worse, that our products may harm recipients; and that we may not be able to rai...

We Need Techo-Savy Leaders - Dont just blame government and education for economic problems

...t amount to a technological breakthrough that might spawn an entirely new industry. If we hope to create high-growth industries in Wisconsin, we must invent entirely new forms of technology that solves problems in ways never before thought possible. Inventing new technology requires vision and support ...

The Tech Market is Looking Up

...ces as to where we are going and what the future holds. But who really knows? In truth, you are the ones who will move the market forward. You will invent and innovate. You will buy and use new products - or not. Your adoption of technology will encourage or defeat initiatives that explore new concepts e...

Students compete for $22,000 in Tech Business Plan Competition

... medical school students working together. Although participating students work with technology, the goal of the competition is not necessarily to invent new technologies. Whats original is the plan the technology may or may not be new to the world, Miner said. During the competition, the teams will...

Domesticating the change beast

... might use to tap into all that energy swirling around in your informal culture. Drown the rumor mill Information abhors a vacuum, and people will invent meaning in the absence of any hard information. If you don't know, say so. If you've got questions, talk about them. I'm not suggesting that you start...

Lost in translation: corporate branding

...ecomes smaller and companies go global. Each one of us is now spinning in a mix of international alphabet soup of strange names and terminologies. You invent something new, send out a release, the media talks about it and, within seconds, it becomes an international item. Your business name and image might ...

Byron's laws of software

...l software program will begin to operate under the delusion it is an operating system. Thats a topic for another column. The second is that users will invent uses for a given piece of software that its designers never imagined. EBays recent experience with Half.com is a twist on that rule. eBay bought Ha...

Google delves deep within your computer with new desktop tool

... a crawl, what the #!?@&% were you thinking in even having one, Bill? Now invent This! Sure, I set the bar very high for what makes it into my Reporters ...t that isnt yet available but sure as heck should be. This week, my Now invent This! (NIT) request is simple. In Outlook, I have lots of folders of pe...

Super advertising slogans, and super costs

...tiger in the tank or his masters voice the real thing and just do it. There are other stories, and it seems shorter the better. IBMs Think and now HPs invent Samsonites worldproof or Relax. Its FedEx The long ones are, What can Brown do for you? for UPS or Cannons Know how. Heres the future, lets go to work...

Outsourcing fills gaps and drives U.S. back toward innovation

...mprehensive outsourcing model. What is this big economy to do? Take another leap and once again become the big thinker? Create innovative products? invent new services all based on outsourcing, without too much to worry about high costs of labor, HR complexities or unions? To those engaged in servicin...

EraGen cystic fibrosis test to be distributed worldwide through Bayer

...etic alphabet from the two DNA base pairs found in nature to six pairs by developing eight new synthetic bases. Those new bases have enabled EraGen to invent simpler, more accurate diagnostic tests. The tests can be automated, then quickly developed and deployed to detect contagions such as SARS. The com...

Are boards broken?

...think so have never been involved with a start-up company, when the pressure to create value from nothing is tested to its limits. Money alone did not invent smallpox vaccinations or put people on the moon. I can think of no single instance where money motivated a group of people to achieve breakthrough per...

Info Security: Taking a page from the 1950s

...lar passwords on sticky notes. If its not that, its something else. Maybe all this is just a variant on my second law of software that says users will invent uses for our software that we never imagined. You can count on it, that when users get inventive, they probably dont have security at the top of their...

The end of technology history

... fashionably displayed in every stark white wire snaking from pocket to ear it's just as likely to be a source of inertia as innovation. Users will invent uses we never imagined or intended for our technology creations. In all of that creativity, however, who's posing the questions and who's responding g...

Wisconsin scientists to be recognized for innovative biofuel technology

... into reality." Never heard of Dumesic and Cortright? That may be about to change. The two men partnered at the University of Wisconsin-Madison to invent a novel new, nonpolluting method for producing fuel from everyday wastes like corn, wheat straw and sawdust. Dumesic is still a professor in the UW'...

Patent enforcement: What you don't know might hurt you

...ll products or services that implement the patented technology. As a consequence, the issuance of paper patents can lead to situations where inventors invent patents rather than patent inventions. As a result, even though the patent system is based on the premise that in exchange for making his or her inven...

Just in time for Christmas: Retail IT.

...h that is just waiting to apply Byron's second rule of software: Users will invent more creative uses for the systems we build than we ever imagined. The GPSs...nted models and what that implies for retailers everywhere. Wal-Mart didn't invent low prices, they simply tapped into the consumer will to feel like spending...

Who owns what invention in the workplace?

...e that includes the obligation to assign all inventions developed in the workplace to the company? No? Then you must ask: Was the employee hired to invent or to solve a certain problem? If yesand the invention is within the scope of that job descriptionthen under those circumstances where you can establi...

Doctor using new media to break down barriers

...y of UW-Madison; Larry Landweber , a John P. Morgridge Professor in UW-Madison's Computer Sciences Department who, unlike Al Gore, "actually did help invent the Internet," Kron joked; and Mike Gleicher, also a professor in the UW-Madison Department of Computer Sciences, who Kron said is poised to revolutio...

Inventions could fall prey to Monday morning quarterbacking

... knowledge in the relevant scientific field, fails to sufficiently "teach, suggest, or motivate" a hypothetical person of ordinary scientific skill to invent your invention with a reasonable expectation of success. In other words, current case law does not permit Monday morning quarterbacking of inventio...

The misguided talent war

...usly, but that talent is often too narrowly or too broadly defined. The author defines talent as brainpower - the ability to solve complex problems or invent new solutions. He argues that the need to gather talent is prevalent among all companies, that the search is now global with even governments getting ...

CIO Leadership Series: Byrne Chapman, American Family Insurance

...nical staff to take risks, but safe risks, said Chapman, who earned a bachelor's degree in business from Edgewood College . Basically, we ask them to invent ways for IT to drive business value. Transformational IS American Family, which is approaching its 80th anniversary, is in a transformative p...
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