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Domb Abraham J, Langer Robert S: Disposable medical supplies from hydrolytically biodegradable plastics. Domb Abraham J, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Langer Robert S, PABST Patrea L, July 6, 2006: WO/2006/071813 (2 worldwide citation)

Hydrolytically degradable polymers in the form of biodegradable disposable medical devices for use in medicine and laboratories such as syringes, test tubes, catheters, tubing, trays, medical fabrics, and gloves are described. The devices are formed in whole or in part of a hydrolytically degradable ...


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Lombard Charles K: Process for the production of organic products from lignocellulose containing biomass sources. Waste Energy Integrated Sytems, Lombard Charles K, AUSTIN James E, May 10, 2001: WO/2001/032715 (2 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are processes and systems for the production of useful organic products from diverse lignocellulose-containing biomass having increased yield and efficiency over existing processes. In particular, the present invention integrates dilute acid hydrolysis and alkaline delignification techniqu ...


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Rolf Muller, Federico Innerebner, Paul Smith, Theo A Tervoort: Polysaccharide based network and method for the production thereof. InnoGEL, K&L Gates, April 10, 2012: US08153783 (1 worldwide citation)

The production of polysaccharide networks, especially starch networks, having a high network density, high solidity, a low swelling degree, and exhibiting reduced water absorption and to the uses thereof, especially, in the filed of biodegradable plastics.


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Peter L Soracco, Ryan L Roach: Golf bag with a docking station for an electronic device. Cobra Golf Incorporated, Brown Rudnick, Mark S Leonardo, January 17, 2017: US09545549 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention generally relates to golf bags. A golf bag of the invention may include a detachable and re-attachable storage compartments. A golf bag may include retractable straps. A golf bag of the invention may include power collection and power plug-in devices.


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Christopher H Schilling, David S Karpovich, Piotr Tomasik: Biodegradable plastics. Saginaw Valley State University, Bruce M Kanuch, October 30, 2012: US08299172 (1 worldwide citation)

A method for producing biodegradable plastic from natural materials containing polysaccharides by treating the polysaccharide-containing materials with a basic aqueous solution, subsequently treating the mixture with a modifying material that converts pendant hydroxyl groups at any carbon atom of th ...


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THORAVAL MICHAEL: Method of making an article of footwear. THORAVAL MICHAEL, February 22, 2012: GB2482933-A (1 worldwide citation)

A method of making an article of footwear comprises the steps of: applying a breathable matrix material to a die placing the die within a mould injecting liquid plastics polymer into the mould through a plurality of inlets, such that it comes into contact with the matrix material allowing the polyme ...


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John F Robyt, Rupendra Mukerjea: Linear and cyclic sucrose reaction products, their preparation and their use. Iowa State University Research Foundation, McDermott Will & Emery, March 16, 1999: US05882420 (1 worldwide citation)

Sucrose ester and ether products, useful as food or beverage bulking agents, reduced calorie sweeteners, fat replacement agents, stabilizing agents, thickening agents and emulsifying agents; adhesives; biodegradable plastics and films; sizing agents for paper and textiles; ethical pharmaceuticals an ...


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Young Hoon Park, Kwang Myung Cho, Hye Won Kim, Dae Chol Kim: Method for producing lactic acid with high concentration and high yield using lactic acid bacteria. CJ Cheiljedang, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, March 23, 2010: US07682814 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method for producing lactic acid with high concentration and high yield using Lactobacillus paracasei CJLA0310 KCCM-10542 that is separated and identified from Kimchi. Lactic acid is a very important organic acid with a wide range of applications including food add ...


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THORAVAL MICHAEL: Making an article of footwear by injection moulding. THORAVAL MICHAEL, October 5, 2011: GB2479220-A (1 worldwide citation)

A method of making an article of footwear (24, fig 4) comprises the steps of applying a matrix material or "sock" 14 to a die 12 , placing the die 12 within a mould 16 , injecting liquid plastics polymer into the mould 16 such that it comes into contact with the matrix material 14, allowing the poly ...