The R&D Dept.

The R&D Dept.: Patents for 10.12.11

A Petersburg company has invented a knife with a heated blade. And Philip Morris has a slew of new patents including a chewable tobacco pouch.

The R&D Dept.: local patents for 9.14.11

A Richmond company called 5 Mississippi LLC has patented a new game. Plus, another patent for Shockoe Bottom based drugmaker Intelliject.

The R&D Dept.: Local Patents for 8.17.11

The patent office’s “approved” stamp has been busy lately as a ton of patents were granted for local inventors all over town including one for an airplane in Midlothian.

The R&D Dept.: Local Patents for 8.3.11

Inventions from some interesting local companies this week including a company a call The Bill Police and Wealthcare Capital Management.

The R&D Dept.: Local Patents for 7.6.11

An interesting patent this week for a local man who wants to create a real estate investment fund. Also a health insurance related patent, another patent from Capital One, and a patent for a new type of fishing line.

The R&D Dept.: Local patents for 6.8.11

Some promising patents this week including an invention for restraining someone, a painter-friendly ladder and a flame resistant garment. Plus, another patent for Capital One and a few for Phillip Morris.

The R&D Dept.: Patents for 5.25.11

The brains at Hamilton Beach in Glen Allen have been busy lately with several new patents this week. A Shockoe Slip-based drug device maker gets yet another patent. And Phillip Morris has now invented a dissolvable tobacco strip.