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Eugene Fitzgerald
Matthew T Currie, Anthony J Lochtefeld, Christopher W Leitz, Eugene A Fitzgerald: Semiconductor devices having strained dual channel layers. AmberWave Systems Corporation, Goodwin Procter, November 21, 2006: US07138310 (25 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor structure includes a strain-inducing substrate layer having a germanium concentration of at least 10 atomic %. The semiconductor structure also includes a compressively strained layer on the strain-inducing substrate layer. The compressively strained layer has a germanium concentrati ...


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Arnaud Baudot
Laurent Bournay, Arnaud Baudot: Process for producing fatty acid alkyl esters and glycerol of high-purity. Institut Francais du Petrole, Millen White Zelano & Branigan P C, November 21, 2006: US07138536 (14 worldwide citation)

In a process for producing fatty acid alkyl esters and glycerol comprising at least one reaction stage in which a charge comprising a vegetable and/or animal oil and an alcohol are brought into contact, in the presence of a heterogeneous catalyst, so as to obtain an effluent comprising at least alky ...


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Eugene Fitzgerald
Matthew T Currie, Anthony J Lochtefeld, Eugene A Fitzgerald: Dual-channel CMOS transistors with differentially strained channels. AmberWave Systems Corporation, Goodwin Procter, November 21, 2006: US07138649 (7 worldwide citation)

A semiconductor structure having a substrate with a surface layer including strained silicon. The surface layer has a first region with a first thickness less than a second thickness of a second region. A gate dielectric layer is disposed over a portion of at least the first surface layer region.


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Ron M Redlich, Martin A Nemzow: Data security system and method for separation of user communities. Digital Doors, Robert C Kain Jr, Fleit Kain, November 21, 2006: US07140044 (511 worldwide citation)

Data is secured in a computer network to transparently establish and manage a separation of user-based communities of interest based upon crypto-graphically separated, need to know, security levels. Data from a source document, data object or data stream is filtered to form subsets of extracted data ...


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Steven P Buysse, Bret S Felton, David N Heard, David Keppel, Ronald J Podhajsky, Dale F Schmaltz, Robert H Wham, Edward C Meagher, Kate R Lawes, David A Schechter, Chelsea Shields, Philip M Tetzlaff: Method and system for controlling output of RF medical generator. Sherwood Services, November 21, 2006: US07137980 (366 worldwide citation)

A closed-loop control system has a user interface for allowing a user to select at least one pre-surgical parameter. The system also has a sensor module for continually sensing at least one of electrical and physical properties proximate a surgical site and generating at least one signal and a contr ...


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J Christopher Flaherty: Devices, systems and methods for patient infusion. Insulet Corporation, November 21, 2006: US07137964 (279 worldwide citation)

A device for delivering a fluid to a patient, including an exit port, a dispenser for causing fluid from a reservoir to flow to the exit port, a local processor programmed to cause a flow of fluid to the exit port based on flow instructions from a separate, remote control device, and a wireless rece ...


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Michel K Bowman Amuah: Development architecture framework. Accenture, Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly, November 21, 2006: US07139999 (241 worldwide citation)

A development architecture framework manages information that supports a project being carried out by a development architecture framework. Security requirements are defined and the framework is audited to ensure requirements are met. Quality is ensured by obtaining and statistically analyzing measu ...


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Darren Alexander Apfel: Unified contact list. Microsoft Corporation, Workman Nydegger, November 21, 2006: US07139555 (209 worldwide citation)

Methods, systems, and computer program products for maintaining current contact and metadata information for one or more contacts. A mobile phone stores contact information for multiple forms of mobile phone communication with the contacts. Each contact is identified as either an automatic live cont ...


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Etai Lev Ran, Shahar Glixman, Israel Ben Shaul, Vita Bortnikov, Daniel Kaminsky, Danit Ben Kiki, Idan Zach, Israel Cidon: Double-proxy remote data access system. Actona Technologies, Ladas & Parry, November 21, 2006: US07139811 (193 worldwide citation)

A method for enabling access to a data resource, which is held on a file server (25) on a first local area network (LAN) (21a), by a client (28) on a second LAN (21b). A proxy receiver (48) on the second LAN (21b) intercepts a request for the data resource submitted by the client (28) and transmits ...


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Ronald Perrella, Jai Menon, Gaiye Zhou: Location and time sensitive wireless calendaring. BellSouth Intellectual Property Corporation, Merchant & Gould, November 21, 2006: US07139722 (186 worldwide citation)

A computer-implemented method provides location-sensitive and time-sensitive calendaring to a wireless device, such as a cellphone, pager, PDA, etc. A user's calendar is maintained with a number of appointments, start times and end times for the appointments, meeting place and a list of attendees fo ...



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