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Recent patents in New Hampshire, as of Aug. 7, 2017

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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Recent patents issued in New Hampshire include:

DEKA Products, Manchester, has been assigned a patent (9,719,964) developed by David Blumberg Jr., Deerfield, for a “system, method, and apparatus for bubble detection in a fluid line using a split-ring resonator.” The patent application was filed on July 25, 2014 (14/341,207).

GTAT, Merrimack, has been assigned a patent (9,719,858) developed by David F. Broyer, Kingston, for an “adjustable pyrometer mount with removable viewport mechanism.” The patent application was filed on Sept. 17, 2014 (14/488,495).

Nanocomp Technologies, Merrimack, has been assigned a patent (9,718,691) developed by three co-inventors for “exfoliating-dispersing agents for nanotubes, bundles and fibers.” The co-inventors are Joseph E. Johnson, Hollis; Mark A. Banash, Bedford; and Paul R. Jarosz, Merrimack, New Hampshire. The patent application was filed on April 3, 2014 (14/244,177).

Vapotherm, Exeter, has been assigned a patent (9,717,879) developed by two co-inventors for “nebulizer systems, apparatus and methods for respiratory therapy.” The co-inventors are Felino V. Cortez Jr., Bowie, Md., and William F. Niland, Arnold, Md. The patent application was filed on Dec. 3, 2014 (14/559,724).

DEKA Products, Manchester, has been assigned a patent (9,717,834) developed by seven co-inventors for “blood treatment systems and methods.” The co-inventors are Michael J. Wilt, Windham; Dirk A. van der Merwe, Canterbury; Todd A. Ballantyne, Amherst; Kevin L. Grant, Litchfield; Jonathan P. Rosse, Amherst; Catharine N. Flynn, Manchester; and Brian K. Yee, Manchester. The patent application was filed on May 24, 2012 (13/480,444).

Bauer Hockey, Exeter, has been assigned a patent (9,717,300) developed by two co-inventors for a hockey skate. The co-inventors are Scott Van Horne, Calgary, Canada; and David Wright Cruikshank, Delafield, Wis. The patent application was filed on July 27, 2015 (14/810,321).

Red Hat, Raleigh, N.C., has been assigned a patent (9,720,808) developed by two co-inventors for “offline debugging using a replicated operating environment.” The co-inventors are Peter M. Jones, Cambridge, Mass., and Christopher E. Lumens, Merrimack. The patent application was filed on Nov. 29, 2011 (13/306,338).

Boston Scientific Scimed, Maple Grove, Minn., has been assigned a patent (9,717,518) developed by five co-inventors for a “medical device for cutting.” The co-inventors are Gary S. Kappel, Acton, Mass.; Sean P. Fleury, Brighton, Mass.; Paul Smith, Smithfield, R.I.; Brandon M. Zalewski, Clinton, Mass.; and Laurie A. Soderbom Jr., Nashua. The patent application was filed on Feb. 21, 2013 (13/773,440).

Dell Products, Round Rock, Texas, has been assigned a patent (9,720,758) developed by Robert B. Jacoby of Merrimack for a “diagnostic analysis tool for disk storage engineering and technical support.” The patent application was filed on Nov. 22, 2013 (14/087,745).

Keurig Green Mountain, Waterbury, Vt., has been assigned a patent (9,717,366) developed by two co-inventors for a “beverage forming station door for beverage machine.” The co-inventors are Joel Nevin, Portsmouth, and Cynthia Weflen, Somerville, Mass. The patent application was filed on March 12, 2013 (13/795,673).

Osterhout Group, San Francisco, has been assigned a patent (9,720,241) developed by five co-inventors for “content presentation in head worn computing.” The co-inventors are Ralph F. Osterhout, San Francisco; John D. Haddick, Mill Valley, Calif.; Robert Michael Lohse, Palo Alto, Calif.; John N. Border, Eaton; and Nima L. Shams, San Jose, Calif. The patent application was filed on June 19, 2014 (14/309,244).

Osterhout Group, San Francisco, has been assigned a patent (9,720,235) developed by John N. Border, Eaton, for “see-through computer display systems.” The patent application was filed on Aug. 25, 2015 (14/834,748).

Osterhout Group, San Francisco, has been assigned a patent (9,720,234) developed by three co-inventors for “see-through computer display systems.” The co-inventors are John N. Border, Eaton; Joseph Bietry, Chili, N.Y.; and John D. Haddick, Mill Valley, Calif. The patent application was filed on March 25, 2015 (14/668,122).

Osterhout Group, San Francisco, has been assigned a patent (9,720,227) developed by two co-inventors for “see-through computer display systems.” The co-inventors are John N. Border, Eaton, and Joseph Bietry, Chili, N.Y. The patent application was filed on Dec. 5, 2014 (14/561,990).

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