Hunter Stephen Baird: Tamper respondent enclosure. W L Gore & Associates, Hunter Stephen Baird, McCALLUM William Potter, April 29, 1999: WO/1999/021142 (10 worldwide citation)

A tamper respondent enclosure (10) comprises a wall including at least two layers (34, 35; 34, 24). A first layer of the wall (34) comprises a sheet of insulating material (36) having lines of conductive material (38, 39) on first and second sides thereof, the lines forming part of a sensor circuit. ...

Andrews Brian: Improved anterior floor-reaction type ankle-foot orthosis. Andrews Brian, McCALLUM William Potter, January 6, 1994: WO/1994/000083 (8 worldwide citation)

An interior moulded floor-reaction (FR) ankle-foot (AFO) (10) is described which has a fixed ankle angle and a detachable heel wedge (16) which allows the vertical alignment of the brace to be adjusted. The anterior leg portion (12a) has an elastic calf strap (14) for controlling plantar flexion. Th ...


Corrigan Neil David, Morgan Quentin Peter William, Smith William Lawson: Apparatus and method for well fluid sampling. Expro North Sea, Corrigan Neil David, Morgan Quentin Peter William, Smith William Lawson, MCCALLUM William Potter, June 15, 2000: WO/2000/034624 (1 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a well fluid sampling tool (5) and related well fluid sampling method. A number of problems exist with known single phase sampling tools, e.g. the length and outer diameter of the tools. Accordingly, the present invention provides a well fluid sampling tool (5) having, at least in ...

Szmidt Robert Aleksander Karasinski, Graham Neil Bonnette: Porous solid material. University Of Strathclyde, Szmidt Robert Aleksander Karasinski, Graham Neil Bonnette, McCALLUM William Potter, January 6, 1994: WO/1994/000004 (1 worldwide citation)

A porous solid material for plant propagation comprises granules af a porous expanded mineral, such as perlite or vermiculite, distributed within a porous open-cell foamed hydrophilic water-retentive polyurethane matrix. The material may be moulded into sheets of break-off units for seed germination ...

Macpherson Francis Iain: Improved key pad. John Mcgavigan, Macpherson Francis Iain, MCCALLUM William Potter, March 30, 2000: WO/2000/017900 (1 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to key pads suitable for use in providing information or other data for viewing in different light conditions and/or for purely decorative purposes. On the obverse side of the key pad, there is provided a first layer (8) of transparent or partially transparent material in whic ...


Eddison Alan Martyn: Downhole tool. Andergauge, Eddison Alan Martyn, MCCALLUM William Potter, September 26, 2002: WO/2002/075104 (1 worldwide citation)

A hydraulic tool assembly for a downhole tool comprises a body (12), first and second members (14, 16) mounted for independent movement with respect to the body, and first and second control fluid chambers (24, 26) associated with the respective first and second members. Movement of the first member ...

Liew Foo Yew, Xu Damo: Reagents specific for st2l and uses therefor. The University Court Of The University Of Glasgow, Liew Foo Yew, Xu Damo, McCALLUM William Potter, July 8, 1999: WO/1999/034217 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a membrane bound form of ST2 protein known as ST2L protein, particularly the development of reagents such as antibodies, ligands, agonists and/or antagonists specific for ST2L which may be used in cell separation or identification, drug screening and treatment of ail ...

Thomson James, Johnson Anthony: Methods of preparing organometallic compounds and novel organometallic dimers. The University Court Of The University Of Dundee, Thomson James, Johnson Anthony, MCCALLUM William Potter, August 22, 2002: WO/2002/065526 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method of preparing organometallic halide compounds by reacting an activated alkali metal fluoride compound of increased surface area with an organoelement halide coordinatin compound, as well as novel organophosphine platinum chloride or fluoride compounds.

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