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April 7th, 2008

Kentucky patents

Abstract:
The U.S. Patent Office issues patents weekly. These patents were issued for inventors or assignees in the Lexington area:

Marker holder and dispensing device. Inventors: Angelo Flamingo, Port Washington, Wis.; James Whitfield II, Lexington; and Todd Thiel, Waupaca, Wis. Patent 7,344,051 unassigned.

Imaging apparatus having a programmable throughput rate. Inventors: Michael Donovan and Tommy Lowe, both of Lexington, and Daniel Powell, Versailles. Patent 7,344,212 assigned to Lexmark International Inc., Lexington.

Power and ground buss layout for reduced substrate size. Inventors: David King, Shelbyville, and Kristi Rowe, Richmond. Patent 7,344,227 assigned to Lexmark.

Multiple layer etch stop and etching method. Inventors: John Krawczyk, Richmond; Andrew McNees, Christopher Money and Girish Patil, all of Lexington; David Rhine, Georgetown; and Karthik Vaideeswaran, Troy, N.Y. Patent 7,344,994 assigned to Lexmark.

Aequorin and obelin mutants with differing wavelengths and bioluminescence. Inventors: Sylvia Daunert, Sapna Deo, Emre Dikici and Laura Rowe, all of Lexington. Patent 7,345,160 assigned to the University of Kentucky Research Foundation, Lexington.

Method and system for moving content in a content object stored in a data repository. Inventors: William Baer, Robert Hartman Jr., I-Ming Kao and Jerry Robertson III, all of San Jose, Calif.; Edward Hanapole, Pine Brook, N.J.; Richard Hennessy, York, Maine; Janet Murray, Los Gatos, Calif.; and Richard Walkus, Wayne, N.J. Patent 7,346,844 assigned to International Business Machines Corp., Armonk, N.Y., and Pearson Education Inc., Upper Saddle River, N.J.

Bariatric patient lift apparatus. Inventors: Robert Ein, Lexington. Patent 7,346,941 unassigned.

Polyurethane rolls and methods of manufacturing. Inventors: Bradley Beach; Bhaskar Gopalanarayanan; Johnny Massie II, all of Lexington, Patent No. 7,347,808 assigned to Lexmark International

Enhancing thermal conductivity of fluids with graphite nanoparticles and carbon nanotube: Inventors: Zhiqiang Zhang, Lexington; Frances E. Lockwood, Georgetown; Patent No. 7,348,298 assigned to Ashland Licensing and Intellectual Property, LLC, Dublin, Ohio.

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