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First Published Feb 28 2012 01:03 pm • Last Updated Feb 28 2012 11:18 pm

Stringed instrument practice device, patent No. 8,124,863, invented by Gavin Van Wagoner of Salt Lake City.

Machine for injecting liquids, patent No. 8,122,819, invented by Conly L. Hansen of North Logan, and Edward D. Watts of North Logan, assigned to Conly L. Hansen of North Logan.

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Reactive material enhanced projectiles and related methods, patent No. 8,122,833, invented by Daniel B. Nielson of Tremonton, Richard M. Truitt of Champlin, Minn., and Benjamin N. Ashcroft of Perry, assigned to Alliant Techsystems Inc. of Arlington, Va.

Combined potable water-surface heating and cooling system, patent No. 8,122,944, invented by Steven Joseph Clark of Aetna, Calif., assigned to Steven J. Clark of Provo.

Rotary drag bit with pointed cutting elements, patent No. 8,122,980, invented by David R. Hall of Provo, Ronald B. Crockett of Payson, and John Bailey of Spanish Fork, assigned to Schlumberger Technology Corporation of Houston, Texas.

Ethylene production isolation valve systems, patent No. 8,123,197, invented by Ruben F. Lah of South Jordan, and Gary Larsen of West Jordan, assigned to Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Corporation of Falls Church, Va.

Impact tool, patent No. 8,123,302, invented by David R. Hall of Provo, Ronald Crockett of Payson, Scott Dahlgren of Alpine, and Tyson J. Wilde of Spanish Fork, assigned to Schlumberger Technology Corporation of Houston, Texas.

Suture securement apparatus, patent No. 8,123,763, invented by Fred P. Lampropoulos of Salt Lake City, Timothy W. Clark of Philadelphia, Pa., and Gregory McArthur of Sandy, assigned to Merit Medical Systems, Inc. of South Jordan.

Postpartum hemorrhage balloon tamponade catheter, patent No. 8,123,773, invented by Ben D. Shirley of Salt Lake City, assigned to Utah Medical Products Inc. of Salt Lake City.

Pedicle screw-based dynamic posterior stabilization systems and methods, patent No. 8,123,783, invented by Robert E. Lins of Boca Raton, Fla., assigned to US Spine, Inc. of Salt Lake City.

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Pedicle-based facet joint fixation systems and methods, patent No. 8,123,786, invented by Robert E. Lins of Boca Raton, Fla., assigned to US Spine, Inc. of Salt Lake City.

Method of treating scoliosis using a biological implant, patent No. 8,123,787, invented by James W. Ogilvie of Brighton, Kenneth Ward of Salt Lake City, and Lesa M. Nelson of Park City.

Ceramic articulation surface implants, patent No. 8,123,812, invented by Ashok C. Khandkar of Salt Lake City, assigned to Amedica Corporation of Salt Lake City.

Nanopore based ion-selective electrodes, patent No. 8,123,922, invented by Henry S. White of Salt Lake City, Ryan J. White of Santa Barbara, Calif., Richard B. Brown of Salt Lake City, Hakhyun Nam of Seoul, Republic of Korea, and Jun Ho Shim of Seoul, Republic of Korea, assigned to University of Utah Research Foundation of Salt Lake City.

Method of optimizing feed concentration in a sedimentation vessel, patent No. 8,123,955, invented by Philip Lake of Murray, Mark Crozier of Honeydew, South Africa, and Jeffery H. Easton of Cottonwood Heights, assigned to WesTech Engineering Inc. of Salt Lake City.

Method and apparatus for single side bilayer formation, patent No. 8,124,191, invented by Eric N. Ervin of Salt Lake City, and Geoffrey Alden Barrall of San Diego, Calif., assigned to Electronic Bio Sciences, LLC of San Diego, Calif.

Tube ports and related container systems, patent No. 8,124,403, invented by Michael E. Goodwin of Logan, and Jeremy K. Larsen of Providence, assigned to HyClone Laboratories, Inc. of Logan.

Strain-enhanced semiconductor devices and methods for their fabrication, patent No. 8,124,473, invented by James N. Pan of West Jordan, Sey-Ping Sun of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., and Andrew M. Waite of Radebeul/Dresden, Germany, assigned to Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. of Austin, Texas.

Determining efficacy of therapeutic intervention in neurosychiatric disease, patent No. 8,126,228, invented by Joanna Lynn Fueyo of Brighton, Mass., Robert Lee Angell of Salt Lake City, Robert R. Friedlander of Southbury, Conn., and James R. Kraemer of Santa Fe, N.M., assigned to International Business Machines Corporation of Armonk, N.Y.

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