A method for removing selenium from waste water and a tree protection mat made from recycled diapers are just two of this week’s patents. Get the list as a BizSense Pro member.
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Flexible, soft body armor, vaccines and treatments for canine Lyme disease and a medical delivery device are some of the patents this week.
A fluorescent tag to find contaminated oils or lubricants, as well as lubricating oils themselves, are two of the patents this week.
Three weeks of patents include a Lyme disease vaccine, a broad spectrum antimicrobial agent and a degradable shotgun shell wad, to name a few.
Converting a single baby stroller into a double stroller, modified delivery of naloxone and a security process for transactions are just a few of this week’s patents.
A small caliber photoluminescent tracer projectile for the U.S. Army, and a pair of Richmonders with three patents varying a friction-modifying formula are among this week’s patents.
T cell receptors, mentholated tobacco detection and radio frequency jamming are just some of subjects of this week’s patents.
An improved food processor, child-proof containers and e-cigarettes are some of the subjects in this week’s patents.
A richer, faster tamari soy production method, body jewelry and a sandwich making appliance are some of the ideas in this week’s patents.
A ventilator that helps prevent pneumonia, floating decimals and e-cigarettes are just some of the new ideas in this week’s patents.