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Glen William Auty, Peter Ian Corke, Paul Alexander Dunn, Ian Barry MacIntyre, Dennis Charles Mills, Benjamin Francis Simons, Murray John Jensen, Rodney Lavis Knight, David Stuart Pierce, Ponnampalam Balakumar: Vehicle monitoring system. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Telstra Corporation, Thomas J Engellenner, Anthony A Lahive & Cockfield Laurentano, September 15, 1998: US05809161 (353 worldwide citation)

An object monitoring system includes a camera node (2) for monitoring movement of an object (18) to determine an acquisition time when an image of the object (18) is to be acquired and acquiring the image at the predetermined time. The system includes a camera (6) which is able to monitor moving obj ...


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Paul Clement Nicolson, Richard Carlton Baron, Peter Chabrecek, John Court, Angelika Domschke, Hans Jorg Griesser, Arthur Ho, Jens Hopken, Bronwyn Glenice Laycock, Qin Liu, Dieter Lohmann, Gordon Francis Meijs, Eric Papaspiliotopoulos, Judy Smith Riffle, Klaus Schindhelm, Deborah Sweeney, Wilson Leonard Terry Jr, Jurgen Vogt, Lynn Cook Winterton: Extended wear ophthalmic lens. CIBA Vision Corporation, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, R Scott Meece, Michael U Lee, June 2, 1998: US05760100 (334 worldwide citation)

An ophthalmic lens suited for extended-wear for periods of at least one day on the eye without a clinically significant amount of corneal swelling and without substantial wearer discomfort. The lens has a balance of oxygen permeability and ion or water permeability, with the ion or water permeabilit ...


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Liming Dai, Shaoming Huang: Multilayer carbon nanotube films and method of making the same. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation Campell, Sughrue Mion PLLC, October 26, 2004: US06808746 (242 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a process for the preparation of a substrate-free aligned nanotube film, comprising: (a) synthesizing a layer of aligned carbon nanotubes on a quartz glass substrate by pyrolysis of a carbon-containing material, in the presence of a suitable catalyst for nanotube formation; ...


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Paul Clement Nicolson, Richard Carlton Baron, Peter Chabrecek, John Court, Angelika Domschke, Hans Jorg Griesser, Arthur Ho, Jens Hopken, Bronwyn Glenice Laycock, Qin Liu, Dieter Lohmann, Gordon Francis Meijs, Eric Papaspiliotopoulos, Judy Smith Riffle, Klaus Schindhelm, Deborah Sweeney, Wilson Leonard Terry Jr, Jurgen Vogt, Lynn Cook Winterton: Extended wear ophthalmic lens. CIBA Vision Corporation, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Michael U Lee, October 12, 1999: US05965631 (130 worldwide citation)

An ophthalmic lens suited for extended-wear periods of at least one day on the eye without a clinically significant amount of corneal swelling and without substantial wearer discomfort. The lens has a balance of oxygen permeability and ion or water permeability, with the ion or water permeability be ...


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Dong Yang Wu, Sheng Li, Gutowski Wojciech Stanislaw: Surface treatment of polymers. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, July 13, 1999: US05922161 (93 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a method of modifying or tailoring the surface of polymers and or polymer-based materials to control surface and interface chemistry and molecular structure. In particular a method of modifying at least a part of the surface of a polymer including: (i) oxidising at least pa ...


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Christopher R Windsor: Rock bolt system and method of rock bolting. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, August 9, 1994: US05335736 (88 worldwide citation)

A rock bolt system comprises an inner part (1) disposed within an outer part (10). The inner part comprises an elongated tube having an axial depression (2) and an internal pressure fluid receiving chamber (4) which is closed at both of its ends. A fluid inlet communicates with the fluid receiving c ...


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Zhang Mei, Fang Shaoli, Baughman Ray H, Zakhidov Anvar A, Atkinson Kenneth Ross, Aliev Ali E, Li Sergey, Williams Chris: The fabrication and application of nanofiber ribbons and sheets and twisted and non-twisted nanofiber yarns. Board Of Regents The University Of Texas System, Commonwealth Scientific And Industrial Research Organisation, Zhang Mei, Fang Shaoli, Baughman Ray H, Zakhidov Anvar A, Atkinson Kenneth Ross, Aliev Ali E, Li Sergey, Williams Chris, GARSSON Ross Spencer, February 8, 2007: WO/2007/015710 (71 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to nanofiber yarns, ribbons, and sheets; to methods of making said yarns, ribbons, and sheets; and to applications of said yarns, ribbons, and sheets. In some embodiments, the nanotube yarns, ribbons, and sheets comprise carbon nanotubes. Particularly, such carbon n ...


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Robert Graham Jeffrey: Hydraulic fracturing of ore bodies. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Merchant & Gould P C, September 26, 2000: US06123394 (67 worldwide citation)

A method of mining that makes use of hydraulic fracturing. The method comprises fracturing an ore body hydraulically by introducing fluid rapidly into a bore or fissure in the ore body such that pressure in the bore or fissure builds up rapidly and it fractures the surrounding ore body. This enables ...


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Andrew Frederick Myles, David James Skellern, John Fraser Deane, Terence Michael Paul Percival, Sihui Zhou, Alex Chun Kit Lam: Medium access control protocol for data communications. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Wood Phillips Katz Clark & Mortimer, April 12, 2005: US06879579 (64 worldwide citation)

A method for controlling communication between a hub and a plurality of distributed stations over a medium is disclosed. The method comprising the steps of a method for controlling communications access between a hub (8) and a plurality of distributed stations (M1-M7) over a medium, the method compr ...


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Robert Arthur Lee: Diffractive indicia for a surface. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Ladas & Parry, June 15, 1999: US05912767 (63 worldwide citation)

Diffractive indicia for a surface (1) comprising a plurality of small separate diffractive elements (2) and means for a adhering the diffractive elements to the surface. Each diffractive element has a diffractive surface relief structure and is not separately resolvable to the human eye. The appeara ...