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Data storage media containing carbon and metal layers, patent No. 8,192,820, invented by Matthew C. Asplund of Provo, Robert C. Davis of Provo, Douglas P. Hansen of Spanish Fork, Matthew R. Linford of Orem, Barry M. Lunt of Provo, Travis L. Niederhauser of Provo, Raymond T. Perkins of Orem, and Mark O. Worthington of Montrose, Calif., assigned to Brigham Young University of Provo.

Pyrimidine compounds, patent No. 8,193,206, invented by Chi-Feng Yen of Taipei County, Taiwan, Cheng-Kung Hu of Hsinchu, Taiwan, Ming-Chen Chou of Taipei, Taiwan, Chen-Tso Tseng of Taipei, Taiwan, Chien-Huang Wu of Taipei County, Taiwan, Ying-Huey Huang of Changhua, Taiwan, Shu-Jen Chen of Taipei, Taiwan, and Chi-Hsin Richard King of Holladay, assigned to TaiGen Biotechnology Co., Ltd. of Taipei, Taiwan.

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Synchronous buck converter using shielded gate field effect transistors, patent No. 8,193,570, invented by Steven Sapp of Felton, Calif., Ashok Challa of Sandy, and Christopher B. Kocon of Mountaintop, Pa., assigned to Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation of South Portland, Maine.

Trench-based power semiconductor devices with increased breakdown voltage characteristics, patent No. 8,193,581, invented by Joseph A. Yedinak of Mountain Top, Pa., Dean E. Probst of West Jordan, Ashok Challa of Sandy, and Daniel Calafut of San Jose, Calif., assigned to Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation of South Portland, Maine.

High power rotary device, patent No. 8,193,669, invented by Robert A. Palmer, Jr. of Fordland, Mo., and Denis L. Palmer of Brigham City, assigned to Millennial Research Corporation of Bixby, Ok. Reduction of the effect of AVDD power supply variation on gamma reference voltages and the ability to compensate for manufacturing variations, patent No. 8,194,015, invented by Richard V. Orlando of Los Gatos, Calif., and Trevor A. Blyth of Sandy, assigned to Alta Analog, Inc. of San Jose, Calif.

Method and system for measuring position on surface capacitance touch panel using a flying capacitor, patent No. 8,194,046, invented by Jared G. Bytheway of Sandy, and Keith L. Paulsen of Centerville, assigned to Cirque Corporation of Salt Lake City.

Hexahedral finite element mesh coarsening using pillowing technique, patent No. 8,194,068, invented by Matthew L. Staten of Pittsburgh, Pa., Adam C. Woodbury of Provo, Steven E. Benzley of Provo, and Jason F. Shepherd of Edgewood, N.M., assigned to Sandia Corporation of Albuquerque, N.M.

Directional access network control system and method, patent No.8,194,573, invented by Patrick J. Smith of Salt Lake City, Michael J. Hurst of South Jordan, Daniel G. Watt of West Jordan, and Dennis C. Pulsipher of Farmington, assigned to L-3 Communications, Corp. of New York, N.Y.

Link-based DVR scheduling with conflict resolution, patent No. 8,195,035, invented by Kulvir S. Bhogal of Pflugerville, Texas, Gregory J. Boss of American Fork, Rick A. Hamilton, II of Charlottesville, Va., and Brian M. O’Connell of Cary, N.C., assigned to International Business Machines Corporation of Armonk, N.Y.

Apparatus, system, and method for integrated phase shifting and amplitude control of phased array signals, patent No. 8,195,118, invented by Karl F. Warnick of Spanish Fork, assigned to Linear Signal, Inc. of Spanish Fork.

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Multiple driver occupied passenger vehicles transporter system, patent No. 8,195,382, invented by William R. Bowen of Holladay, Reid G. Oliver of Salt Lake City, and David Ware of Glen Ellyn, Ill., assigned to Clean Transport of Chicago, Ill.

Identifying customer behavioral types from a continuous video stream for use in optimizing loss leader merchandizing, patent No. 8,195,499, invented by Robert Lee Angell of Salt Lake City, and James R. Kraemer of Santa Fe, N.M., assigned to International Business Machines Corporation of Armonk, N.Y.

System and method for setting up a pre-authorization record, patent No. 8,195,574, invented by Hans D. Buehler of Salt Lake City, and Jonathan B. Wells of Park City, assigned to American Express Travel Related Services Company, Inc. of New York, N.Y.

Apparatus, system, and method for efficient mapping of virtual and physical addresses, patent No. 8,195,912, invented by David Flynn of Sandy, Michael Zappe of Wheat Ridge, Colo., John Strasser of Syracuse, David Atkisson of Draper, and Jonathan Thatcher of Lehi, assigned to Fusion-IO, Inc of Salt Lake City.

Apparatus, system, and method for detecting and replacing failed data storage, patent No. 8,195,978, invented by David Flynn of Sandy, Jonathan Thatcher of Lehi, Joshua Aune of South Jordan, Jeremy Fillingim of Salt Lake City, Bill Inskeep of West Valley City, John Strasser of Syracuse, and Kevin Vigor of Salt Lake City, assigned to Fusion-IO. Inc. of Salt Lake City.

System and method for comparing and reviewing documents, patent No. 8,196,030, invented by Lever Wang of Cupertino, Calif., Glenn Ricart of Salt Lake City, Cynthia Ann Thompson of Menlo Park, Calif., Keith Wishon of Los Angeles, Calif., and Sheldon Laube of Los Altos, Calif., assigned to PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP of New York, N.Y.

Associating website clicks with links on a web page, patent No. 8,196,048, invented by Brett M. Error of Orem, Christopher Reid Error of Pleasant Grove, and Richard Zinn of Saratoga Springs, assigned to Adobe Systems Incorporated of San Jose, Calif.

Coordinating credentials across disparate credential stores, patent No. 8,196,191, invented by James M. Norman of Pleasant Grove, Cameron Mashayekhi of Salt Lake City, and Karl E. Ford of Highland.

Base handbag for use with interchangeable cover, patent No. D661,089, invented by Christian J. Seegmiller of Riverton, Corbin B. Church of Salt Lake City, and Jennie Platt of Sandy, assigned to Miche Bag, LLC of South Jordan.

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