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Roger T Bonnecaze, Angela C Freeland: Blood analyte monitoring through subcutaneous measurement. TheraSense, Merchant & Gould P C, June 17, 2003: US06579690 (1016 worldwide citation)

One embodiment of the invention is a method for obtaining an estimate of an analyte concentration in a first fluid. First, measurements of an analyte concentration in a second fluid are obtained using a sensing device. An analyte concentration estimate in the first fluid is determined from these mea ...


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Sidlgata V Sreenivasan, Roger T Bonnecaze, Carlton Grant Willson: Method for imprint lithography using an electric field. Molecular Imprints, Kenneth C Brooks, June 21, 2005: US06908861 (123 worldwide citation)

A lithography process for creating patterns in an activating light curable liquid using electric fields followed by curing of the activating light curable liquid is described. The process involves the use of a template that is formed of non-conductive and electrically conductive portions. The templa ...


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Carlton Grant Willson, Sidlgata V Sreenivasan, Roger T Bonnecaze: Method for fabricating nanoscale patterns in light curable compositions using an electric field. Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Kenneth C Brooks, November 15, 2005: US06964793 (49 worldwide citation)

A high-throughput lithography process for creating high-resolution patterns in a polymerizable composition using carefully controlled electric field followed by curing of the polymerizable composition is described. The process involves the use of a template that includes the desired patterns. This t ...


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Mukul M Sharma, Roger T Bonnecaze, Bernard Zemel: Downhole in-situ measurement of physical and or chemical properties including fluid saturations of cores while coring. Advanced Coring Technology, Strasburger & Price, April 24, 2001: US06220371 (43 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a method and apparatus for real time in-situ measuring of the downhole chemical and or physical properties of a core of an earth formation during a coring operation. The present invention comprises several embodiments that may use electromagnetic, acoustic, fluid and differe ...


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Mukul M Sharma, Roger T Bonnecaze, Bernard Zemel: Downhole in-situ measurement of physical and or chemical properties including fluid saturations of cores while coring. Advanced Coring Technology, Matthew J Booth, Strasburger & Price L, November 16, 1999: US05984023 (36 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a method and apparatus for real time in-situ measuring of the downhole chemical and or physical properties of a core of an earth formation during a coring operation. The present invention comprises several embodiments that may use electromagnetic, acoustic, fluid and differe ...


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Mukul M Sharma, Roger T Bonnecaze, Bernard Zemel: Downhole in-situ measurement of physical and or chemical properties including fluid saturations of cores while coring. Advanced Coring Technology, Matthew J Booth, Strasburger & Price L, December 21, 1999: US06003620 (26 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a method and apparatus for real time in-situ measuring of the downhole chemical and or physical properties of a core of an earth formation during a coring operation. The present invention comprises several embodiments that may use electromagnetic, acoustic, fluid and differe ...


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Carlton Grant Willson, Sidlgata V Sreenivasan, Roger T Bonnecaze: Apparatus for fabricating nanoscale patterns in light curable compositions using an electric field. The Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Kenneth C Brooks, Molecular Imprints, October 14, 2004: US20040200411-A1

The present invention is directed to an apparatus for patterning a liquid on a substrate, with the apparatus including, a template having a pair of spaced-apart recessions with a protrusion disposed therebetween, with the protrusion being spaced-apart from the substrate a first distance and each of ...


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Carlton Grant Willson, Sidlgata V Sreenivasan, Roger T Bonnecaze: Method and system for fabricating nanoscale patterns in light curable compositions using an electric field. Molecular Imprints, Legal Department, November 20, 2003: US20030215577-A1

A high-throughput lithography process for creating high-resolution patterns in a polymerizable composition using carefully controlled electric fields followed by curing of the polymerizable composition is described. The process involves the use of a template that includes the desired patterns. This ...


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Sidlgata V Sreenivasan, Roger T Bonnecaze, Carlton Grant Willson: Method and system for imprint lithography using an electric field. Molecular Imprints, Legal Department, January 15, 2004: US20040009673-A1

A lithography process for creating patterns in an activating light curable liquid using electric fields followed by curing of the activating light curable liquid is described. The process involves the use of a template that is formed of non-conductive and electrically conductive portions. The templa ...


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Carlton G Willson, Sidlgata V Sreenivasan, Roger T Bonnecaze: Apparatus for fabricating nanoscale patterns in light curable compositions using an electric field. The Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Fish & Richardson PC, December 11, 2008: US20080305440-A1

The present invention is directed to an apparatus for patterning a liquid on a substrate, with the apparatus including, a template having a pair of spaced-apart recessions with a protrusion disposed therebetween, with the protrusion being spaced-apart from the substrate a first distance and each of ...