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Brain Computer Interface Developer Announces $33M Series A, Granted FDA “Breakthrough” Designation

Written by:Tom Cowan Brain computer interface developer Paradromics on May 18, 2023, announced a $33 million Series A funding round as well as a...

If a Case Was Baseless, It Would Have Ended Sooner

Written by: Matthew Pham & Daniel P. Hughes OneSubsea IP UK Limited v. FMC Technologies, Inc. Before Clevenger, Moore, and Dyk.  Appeal from the United States District...

Low-Bar for Corroboration

Written by: Matthew Friedrichs & Daniel P. Hughes MEDTRONIC, INC. v. TELEFLEX INNOVATIONS S.A.R.L. Before Moore, Lourie, and Dyk. Appeal from the Patent Trial and Appeal...

Trademark Monitoring and Enforcement in the Digital Era: Tools and Techniques

In today's digital landscape, protecting your trademarks has become more challenging than ever before. With the rise of e-commerce platforms, social media, and online marketplaces, ...

Exploring the Use of Machine Learning in Prior Art Search: Advancing Patent Examination Efficiency

In the realm of patent examination, the search for prior art plays a critical role in determining the novelty and inventiveness of an invention. Traditionally, patent examiners...

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The partnership between the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and a team at the University of Tennessee is what led the recent NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory Rover... Read More »
“The fact is that we really don’t understand how any atomic-scale defect affects the performance on an optoelectronic device,” said Norman Tolk, the ... Read More »
Limited space and battery power has traditionally forced large amounts of energy-intensive RAM to be left out of smartphones and tablet computers -- but no more. Tel... Read More »
A novel system from MIT combines power harvested from light, heat, and vibrations for use with minute wireless monitoring devices. Because each energy capturing... Read More »
  In the fast-moving world of computer memory, DRAM and Flash are the current best options, but neither is perfect. The solution is ReRAM, technology... Read More »
A group at the Nanyang Technological Institute has demonstrated new wireless technology capable of transmitting data 1,000 times faster than Bluetooth -- nearly 2... Read More »
The three axis accelerometers that currently inhabit our smartphones typically measure values on the order of a couple times the acceleration due to gravity -- about... Read More »
The process of building computer chips over the past several decades has been driven by a focus on Moore’s Law, which calls for improving the speed and number... Read More »
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Leonard PrietSeems to me this is just a question of managing uncertainties -- isn't that something that we do in science all the time?
May 23, 2012
In the wake of Samsung's Exynos quad-core processors, now powering their increasingly successful line of Galaxy smartphones, the semiconductor leader has started... Read More »
Block co-polymers are materials that are made of several different monomer components, and can fabricated to have unique properties as a result. Block co-polymers... Read More »
Today semiconductor and microchip manufacturer Microchip Technologies announced that it will purchase its smaller rival Standard Microsystems Corp., reports Reuters... Read More »
This week's high-tech headlines and trends ... New research could create cellphones that see through walls   Researchers at the University of... Read More »
In the past decade the miniaturization of personal technology has irreversibly changed the way we live our lives. Prior to the smartphone market boom that... Read More »
Some of the best ideas in technology borrow from other technologies. The idea of the graphical Windows interface, for instance, may have been based on... Read More »
Researchers from the Massachusetts Intistute of Technology’s (MIT) Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) presented a new method for... Read More »
Ruhr University Bochum physicists, Prof. Padma Kant Shukla and Dr. Bengt Eliasson, found a previously unknown phenomenon in quantum plasmas. A negatively charged... Read More »
In the heyday of the personal computer, it was easy to find just the right machine. Pick a PC with the fastest microprocessor chip that had the most transistors, and... Read More »
I’m not sure if I’m a fan of telemedicine -- health care from a distance. When I first heard of the successful test of a wirelessly controlled drug... Read More »
About 15 years ago, MIT professors Robert Langer and Michael Cima had the idea to develop a programmable, wirelessly controlled microchip that would deliver drugs... Read More »
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Alvin SchaefferThe implications are vast. While the benefits of such technology are obvious, I wonder what this means for the future of cyber hacking in the medical field -- imagine the potential damage someone would wreak if, for example, they could hack into a pacemaker. Forgive the morbid line of thought, but such technology is truly incredible. Of course, the pros significantly outweigh the cons.
Feb 16, 2012
Broadcom Corporation today announced two new dual-band combo chips optimized to provide whole-home, high speed Wi-Fi for tablet computers and the benefits of... Read More »
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