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John S Erickson: System and method for managing copyrighted electronic media. Trustees of Dartmouth College, Curtis A Vock, June 9, 1998: US05765152 (1066 worldwide citation)

Copyrighted electronic media are packaged in a secure electronic format, and registered on associated registration server, which serves to provide on-line licensing and copyright management for that media. Users are connected to the server, e.g., through a computer network or the Internet, to enable ...


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John S Erickson: System and method for managing copyrighted electronic media. Trustees of Dartmouth College, October 19, 2004: US06807534 (284 worldwide citation)

Copyrighted electronic media are packaged in a secure electronic format, and registered on associated registration server, which serves to provide on-line licensing and copyright management for that media. Users are connected to the server, e.g., through a computer network or the Internet, to enable ...


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David W Roberts, John W Strohbehn, John F Hatch: Reference display systems for superimposing a tomagraphic image onto the focal plane of an operating microscope. Trustees of Dartmouth College, Robert Shaw, January 26, 1988: US04722056 (272 worldwide citation)

A reference display system that receives information from an imaging system (e.g., a CT scanner or the like), that extracts or derives three-dimensional anatomical and/or pathological information about a part of a body (e.g., the brain or other organ) of a patient. The information is digitized in th ...


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Hans E Grethlein, Lee R Lynd: Distillation process for ethanol. Trustees of Dartmouth College, Hamilton Brook Smith and Reynolds, June 23, 1992: US05124004 (170 worldwide citation)

A method of distillation employing a heat pump (which may be driven by a compressor) using a vapor stream from within the distillation system as a heat source and a liquid stream from within the distillation system as a heat sink. The selection of heat-source vapors and heat-sink liquid is such that ...


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Terence Z Wong, B Stuart Trembly: Microwave applicator for transurethral hyperthermia. Trustees of Dartmouth College, Lahive & Cockfield, April 12, 1994: US05301687 (153 worldwide citation)

A radiant heating apparatus for deployment within an animal body to radiate heat-producing electromagnetic energy into the body includes an antenna mounted on a catheter element and connected to an electrical transmission line having first and second conductors for feeding electrical current from a ...


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Hans E Grethlein, Lee H Lynd: Distillation systems and methods. Trustees of Dartmouth College, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds, December 2, 1986: US04626321 (110 worldwide citation)

A method of distillation employing a heat pump (which may be driven by a compressor) using a vapor stream from within the distillation system as a heat source and a liquid stream from within the distillation system as a heat sink. The selection of heat-source vapors and heat-sink liquid is such that ...


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Hans E Grethlein, Lee H Lynd: Distillation process for ethanol. Trustees of Dartmouth College, Hamilton Brook Smith & Reynolds, October 9, 1990: US04961826 (104 worldwide citation)

A method of distillation employing a heat pump (which may be driven by a compressor) using a vapor stream from within the distillation system as a heat source and a liquid stream from within the distillation system as a heat sink. The selection of heat-source vapors and heat-sink liquid is such that ...


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Harold M Swartz, Fuminori Goda, Tadeusz Walczak, Ke J Liu: Apparatus and methodology for determining oxygen in biological systems. Trustees of Dartmouth College, Lahive & Cockfield, February 27, 1996: US05494030 (100 worldwide citation)

The invention provides apparatus and methods for measuring oxygen tensions in biological systems utilizing physiologically acceptable paramagnetic material, such as India ink or carbon black, and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) oximetry. India ink is introduced to the biological system and exp ...


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Hans E Grethlein: Process for pretreating cellulosic substrates and for producing sugar therefrom. Trustees of Dartmouth College, Robert Shaw, December 2, 1980: US04237226 (97 worldwide citation)

Processes for treating cellulosic substances prior to hydrolysis which lead to shortening hydrolysis time and to increasing sugar yield. As exemplary, an aqueous slurry of the cellulosic substance is acidified and heated to and maintained at a temperature to produce a change in the cellulosic struct ...