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Afraid of a Zombie virus? Here's a patent for doomsday

Published December 18, 2012 11:17 am

This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2012, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

Pandemic diagnostic and intervention tool for emergency dispatch, patent No. 8,335,298, invented by Jeffrey J. Clawson of Salt Lake City.

Method for correcting deformational plagiocephaly and other cranial deformations, patent No. 8,332,978, invented by Steven Warnock of Sandy.

Method for making an electronic assembly, patent No. 8,333,011, invented by Charles Still of Clinton, Mich., and David R. Stoscup of Plymouth, Mich., assigned to Autoliv ASP Inc. of Ogden.

Isolation elements, including one or more diaphragms, sensors, including isolation elements, and related methods, patent No. 8,333,117, invented by Scott J. Brown of Riverton, Diana R. Clark of Midvale, K. Robert Harker of West Jordan, and Lon J. Perry of South Jordan, assigned to Quartzdyne Inc. of Salt Lake City.

Trim controlled, dynamically controllable, trolley brake, patent No. 8,333,155, invented by Eric C. Cylvick of Wanship, assigned to Zipholdings LLC. of Wanship.

Collapsible walking device, patent No. 8,333,208, invented by F. Troy Miller of Logan, assigned to Stander Inc. of Logan.

Steering mechanism with a ring disposed about an outer diameter of a drill bit and method for drilling, patent No. 8,333,254, invented by David R. Hall of Provo, Jonathan Marshall of Provo, and Scott S. Dahlgren of Alpine.

High productivity core drilling system, patent No. 8,333,255, invented by Chris Lloyd Drenth of Draper, assigned to Longyear TM Inc. of South Jordan.

Compact subwoofer cabinet, patent No. 8,333,261, invented by Ryan L. Barnes of Layton.

Low-flow optical blood chamber, patent No. 8,333,724, invented by Louis L. Barrett of West Point, and Perry N. Law of Centerville, assigned to Fresenius Medical Care Holdings Inc. of Waltham, Mass.

Fenestrated peripheral nerve block needle and method for using the same, patent No. 8,333,734, invented by Walter A. Zohmann of Huntsville.

Facet joint replacement, patent No. 8,333,789, invented by Daniel J Triplett of Providence, Joel R. Helgerson of Providence, Andrew R. Fauth of River Heights, and David M. Skinlo of North Logan, assigned to GMEDelaware 2 LLC of Audubon, Pa.

Method and device for use of hollow spheres in a composite material, patent No. 8,333,812, invented by Jonathan Fischer of Hildale, assigned to Forestwood Industrial, Inc. of Hildale.

Abrasive-impregnated cutting structure having anisotropic wear resistance and drag bit, including same, patent No. 8,333,814, invented by Van J. Brackin of Spring, Texas, Jeffrey B. Lund of Salt Lake City, Danny E. Scott of Montgomery, Texas, Marcus R. Skeem of Sandy, and Matthew R. Isbell of Houston, Texas, assigned to Baker Hughes Inc. of Houston, Texas.

Efficient lamination press with radiant heating, patent No. 8,333,859, invented by Matthew B. Laker of West Valley City, and Raymond L. Goodson of Sandy, assigned to 3form Inc. of Salt Lake City.

Method and apparatus for single side bilayer formation, patent No. 8,334,024, invented by Eric N. Ervin of Park City, and Geoffrey Alden Barrall of San Diego, Calif., assigned to Electronic Bio Sciences LLC of San Diego, Calif.

Methods for chelation therapy, patent No. 8,334,320, invented by Gang Liu of Salt Lake City, and Ping Men of Salt Lake City, assigned to the University of Utah Research Foundation of Salt Lake City.

High-power rotary device, patent No. 8,334,634, invented by Robert A. Palmer of Fordland, Mo., and Denis L. Palmer of Brigham City, assigned to Millennial Research Corp. of Bixby, Ok.

Asset monitoring and tracking system, patent No. 8,334,773, invented by Nicholas D. Cova of Salt Lake City, and Neil M. Smith of Palo Alto, Calif., assigned to Deal Magic Inc. of Edmonds, Wash.

Pandemic diagnostic and intervention tool for emergency dispatch, patent No. 8,335,298, invented by Jeffrey J. Clawson of Salt Lake City.

Optimizing cluster based cohorts to support advanced analytics, patent No. 8,335,698, invented by 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 Corp. of Armonk, N.Y.

Blender jar lid, patent No. D672,606, invented by Phillip Dietz of Saint George, and Steven L. Cottam of Ivins, assigned to Kitchen Resource LLC of Salt Lake City.

Headlight accessory, patent No. D672,917, invented by Robert Small of Park City.

Rocket assembly ablative materials formed from, as a precursor, staple cellulosic fibers, and method of insulating or thermally protecting a rocket assembly with the same, patent No. RE43,867, invented by Kenneth P. Wilson of Corinne, John K. Shigley of Ogden, and Allan P. Thompson of Tremonton, assigned to Alliant Techsystems Inc. of Arlington, Va.

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Everett Robinson, an attorney registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, compiles this list weekly for The Salt Lake Tribune. Robinson can be reached at 801-649-5858. For more patents, see the Money page at sltrib.com, go to Sections on the left-hand side and click Patents.