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Carlos H Mastrangelo, Piu F Man, James R Webster: Polymer-based micromachining for microfluidic devices. The Regents of the University of Michigan, Medlen & Carroll, October 24, 2000: US06136212 (285 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to polymer-based micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) technology suitable for the fabrication of integrated microfluidic systems, particularly medical and chemical diagnostics system, ink-jet printer head, as well as any devices that requires liquid- or gas-filled cav ...


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Mark A Burns, Carlos H Mastrangelo, Timothy S Sammarco, Francis P Man, James R Webster, Brian N Johnson, Bradley Foerster, Darren Jones, Yakeitha Fields, Adam Kaiser, David T Burke: Microscale devices and reactions in microscale devices. The University of Michigan, Medlen & Carroll, May 2, 2000: US06057149 (142 worldwide citation)

The movement and mixing of microdroplets through microchannels is described employing silicon-based microscale devices, comprising microdroplet transport channels, reaction regions, electrophoresis modules, and radiation detectors. The discrete droplets are differentially heated and propelled throug ...


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Clinton C Powell II, James M Keba, James R Webster: Symbol synchronizer based on eye pattern characteristics having variable adaptation rate and adjustable jitter control, and method therefor. Motorola, James A Lamb, July 4, 2000: US06084931 (72 worldwide citation)

A symbol synchronizer (10) for use in a communication device. The symbol synchronizer (10) comprises a sampling circuit (100) which samples the demodulated signal at a plurality of sampling events for each symbol period to generate three sample values at each sampling event. An eye pattern detector ...


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Mark A Burns, Carlos H Mastrangelo, Timothy S Sammarco, Francis P Man, James R Webster, Brian N Johnson, Bradley Foerster, Darren Jones: Microscale devices and reactions in microscale devices. The Regents of The University of Michigan, Medlen & Carroll, August 7, 2001: US06271021 (67 worldwide citation)

The movement and mixing of microdroplets through microchannels is described employing silicon-based microscale devices, comprising microdroplet transport channels, reaction regions, electrophoresis modules, and radiation detectors. The discrete droplets are differentially heated and propelled throug ...


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Jonathan C Griffiths, Gaurav Sethi, James R Webster: Large area light panel and screen. QUALCOMM MEMS Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, July 31, 2012: US08231257 (10 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of a panel lighting apparatus and methods of its manufacture are described. In one embodiment, the apparatus can include a light source, an at least partially transparent panel comprising a planar front surface and a planar back surface, the panel disposed in conjunction with the light s ...


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Mark A Burns, Carlos H Mastrangelo, Timothy S Sammarco, Francis P Man, James R Webster, Brian N Johnson, Bradley Foerster, Darren Jones, Yakeitha Fields, Adam Kaiser, David T Burke: Microscale reaction devices. The Regents of the University of Michigan, Medlen & Carroll, June 27, 2006: US07066453 (2 worldwide citation)

The movement and mixing of microdroplets through microchannels is described employing silicon-based microscale devices, comprising microdroplet transport channels, reaction regions, electrophoresis modules, and radiation detectors. The discrete droplets are differentially heated and propelled throug ...


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Mark A Burns, Carlos H Mastrangelo, Timothy S Sammarco, Francis P Man, James R Webster, Brian N Johnson, Bradley Foerster, Darren Jones, Yakeitha Fields, Adam Kaiser, David T Burke: Microscale devices and reactions in microscale devices. The Regents Of The University Of Michigan, Peter G Carroll, Medlen & Carroll, November 29, 2001: US20010046703-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

The movement and mixing of microdroplets through microchannels is described employing silicon-based microscale devices, comprising microdroplet transport channels, reaction regions, electrophoresis modules, and radiation detectors. The discrete droplets are differentially heated and propelled throug ...


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Jonathan C Griffiths, Gaurav Sethi, James R Webster: Large area light panel and screen. Qualcomm MEMS Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, May 14, 2013: US08439546

Embodiments of a panel lighting apparatus and methods of its manufacture are described. In one embodiment, the apparatus can include a light source, an at least partially transparent panel comprising a planar front surface and a planar back surface, the panel disposed in conjunction with the light s ...


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Jonathan C Griffiths, Gaurav Sethi, James R Webster: Large area light panel and screen. QUALCOMM MEMS Technologies, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, July 15, 2010: US20100177533-A1

Embodiments of a panel lighting apparatus and methods of its manufacture are described. In one embodiment, the apparatus can include a light source, an at least partially transparent panel comprising a planar front surface and a planar back surface, the panel disposed in conjunction with the light s ...


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Jonathan C Griffiths, Gaurav Sethi, James R Webster: Large area light panel and screen. QUALCOMM MEMS Technologies, September 13, 2012: US20120230053-A1

Embodiments of a panel lighting apparatus and methods of its manufacture are described. In one embodiment, the apparatus can include a light source, an at least partially transparent panel comprising a planar front surface and a planar back surface, the panel disposed in conjunction with the light s ...