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January 18th, 2005

Lumera Receives Additional Patent

Abstract:
Lumera Corporation has received the third in a series of patents covering the company's fundamental technology. This patent family protects the highly efficient electro-optic materials and devices that Lumera is developing and bringing to market.

The most recently issued patent number is 6,822,384, which joins the related patents 6,750,603 and 6,716,995.

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