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Serge Le Gonidec
LE GONIDEC SERGE: [fr] DISPOSITIF DE CONTROLE DUN SYSTEME REGULE ET MOTEUR INCORPANT UN TEL DISPOSITIF. Snecma, September 11, 2009: FR2928464-A1

[fr] Ce dispositif de contrôle d'au moins une variable (V) de fonctionnement d'un système régulé (40), comporte : un module (20) de filtrage d'au moins une consigne (C) en entrée du dispositif de contrôle (10), ce module (20) utilisant un intégrateur du premier ordre un module (30) de correction de ...


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Berry David A, Robertson Dan E, Skraly Frank A, Green Brian D, Ridley Christian P, Kosuri Sriram, Reppas Nikos B, Sholl Martha, Afeyan Noubar B: Engineered co2 fixing microorganisms producing carbon-based products of interest. Joule Biotechnologies, Berry David A, Robertson Dan E, Skraly Frank A, Green Brian D, Ridley Christian P, Kosuri Sriram, Reppas Nikos B, Sholl Martha, Afeyan Noubar B, ULLSPERGER Chriset al, September 11, 2009: WO/2009/111513 (104 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure identifies pathways and mechanisms to confer production of carbon-based products of interest such as ethanol, ethylene, chemicals, polymers, n-alkanes, isoprenoids, pharmaceutical products or intermediates thereof in photoautotrophic organisms such that these organisms efficie ...


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Bojarski Raymond, Fitz Wolfgang, Lang Philipp: Patient selectable joint arthroplasty devices and surgical tools. Conformis, Bojarski Raymond, Fitz Wolfgang, Lang Philipp, SUNSTEIN Bruce Det al, September 11, 2009: WO/2009/111639 (101 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are tools for repairing articular surfaces repair materials and for repairing an articular surface. The surgical tools are designed to be customizable or highly selectable by patient to increase the speed, accuracy and simplicity of performing total or partial arthroplasty.


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Rogers John A, Huang Yonggang, Ko Heung Cho, Stoykovich Mark, Choi Won Mook, Song Jizhou, Ahn Jong Hyun, Kim Dae Hyeong: Stretchable and foldable electronic devices. The Board Of Trustees Of The University Of Illinois, Rogers John A, Huang Yonggang, Ko Heung Cho, Stoykovich Mark, Choi Won Mook, Song Jizhou, Ahn Jong Hyun, Kim Dae Hyeong, sCHAPMAN Gary B, September 11, 2009: WO/2009/111641 (77 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein are stretchable, foldable and optionally printable, processes for making devices and devices such as semiconductors, electronic circuits and components thereof that are capable of providing good performance when stretched, compressed, flexed or otherwise deformed. Strain isolation l ...


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Claiborne Thomas Edward Iii, Schoephoerster Richard T, Gallocher Siobhain Lynn: Catheter deliverable artificial multi-leaflet heart valve prosthesis and intravascular delivery system for a catheter deliverable heart valve prosthesis. The Florida International University Board Of Trustees, Claiborne Thomas Edward Iii, Schoephoerster Richard T, Gallocher Siobhain Lynn, FURMANEK Michael P, September 11, 2009: WO/2009/111241 (77 worldwide citation)

A heart valve prosthesis includes a collapsible stent and a one-piece multi- leaflet valve. The stent includes at least one length of wire having a series of turns forming a spring-like stent. The one-piece multi-leaflet valve is attached to the stent and includes a cylinder of polyester material se ...


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Kato Noboru, Ikemoto Nobuo: (en) Wireless ic device and wireless communication system(ja) 無線icデバイス及び無線通信システム. Murata Manufacturing, Kato Noboru, Ikemoto Nobuo, MORISHITA Takekazuet al, September 11, 2009: WO/2009/110381 (74 worldwide citation)

(EN) Disclosed is a wireless IC device that broadens the frequency band over which a wireless IC chip and emission plate can be impedance-matched, and that makes it possible to obtain desired emission characteristics over a broad band. Also disclosed are a wireless IC device and a wireless communica ...


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Robertson Timothy, Zdeblick Mark J: Multi-mode communication ingestible event markers and systems, and methods of using the same. Proteus Biomedical, Robertson Timothy, Zdeblick Mark J, FIELD Bret, September 11, 2009: WO/2009/111664 (72 worldwide citation)

Aspects of the invention include multi-mode communication ingestible event marker devices. Ingestible event marker devices of the invention include an ingestible component comprising a conductive communication module and at least one additional non-conductive communication module. The non-conductive ...


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Ofuji Masato, Abe Katsumi, Shimizu Hisae, Hayashi Ryo, Sano Masafumi, Kumomi Hideya, Takai Yasuyoshi, Kawasaki Takehiko, Kaneko Norio: Method of treating semiconductor element. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Ofuji Masato, Abe Katsumi, Shimizu Hisae, Hayashi Ryo, Sano Masafumi, Kumomi Hideya, Takai Yasuyoshi, Kawasaki Takehiko, Kaneko Norio, OKABE Masaoet al, September 11, 2009: WO/2009/110623 (67 worldwide citation)

In a method of treating a semiconductor element which at least includes a semiconductor, a threshold voltage of the semiconductor element is changed by irradiating the semiconductor with light with a wavelength longer than an absorption edge wavelength of the semiconductor. The areal density of in-g ...


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Ng Eva, Lockwood David James, Wehbeh Jamie Graeme, Valcic Zoran, D Souza Errol Savio Alex, Eves Matthew, Sari Mahsita: Mask system. Resmed, Ng Eva, Lockwood David James, Wehbeh Jamie Graeme, Valcic Zoran, D Souza Errol Savio Alex, Eves Matthew, Sari Mahsita, sDAVIDSON Geoffrey Robert, September 11, 2009: WO/2009/108995 (53 worldwide citation)

A shroud (1020) for a mask system includes a retaining portion structured to retain a frame (1040), a pair of upper headgear connectors (1024) each including an elongated arm (1026) and a slot (1027) at the free end of the arm adapted to receive a headgear strap, and a pair of lower headgear connect ...


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Veliss Lee James, Wells Alicia Kristianne, Carroll Fiona Catherine, Rummery Gerard Michael, Pidcock David Anthony: A foam respiratory mask. Resmed, Veliss Lee James, Wells Alicia Kristianne, Carroll Fiona Catherine, Rummery Gerard Michael, Pidcock David Anthony, sDAVIDSON Geoffrey Robert, September 11, 2009: WO/2009/108994 (49 worldwide citation)

A patient interface (10) for delivering breathable gas to a patient includes a foam interfacing portion (200) adapted to provide a nasal interface to contact under and around the patient's nose in use and including an orifice adapted to surround both the patient's nares in use, and a positioning and ...