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First Published Jul 09 2013 04:01 pm • Last Updated Jul 09 2013 04:01 pm

Articulated chair having universal reclining armrest system, patent No. 8,480,172, invented by Jeff Baker of Cottonwood Heights, Mike Bradfield of Riverton and Brad Baker of Riverton.

Pillow scarf and method of covering pillows on a bed, patent No. 8,479,330, invented by Susan A. Martenson of Eden.

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Speed control drive section with failsafe valve, patent No. 8,479,345, invented by Jed Ludlow of Bountiful, Keith Glass of Toronto, Calif., Jonathan Warkentin of Toronto, Calif. and Paul Laursen of North York, Calif., assigned to TDW Delaware Inc. of Wilmington, Del.

Combined fill and safety vent plug, patent No. 8,479,767, invented by Shmuel Dovid Newman of Redondo Beach, Calif. and Jeffrey Brown of North Logan, assigned to YSN Import, Inc. of Gardena, Calif.

Lateral restraint assemblies and movable partitions including lateral restraint devices, patent No. 8,479,798, invented by E. Carl Goodman of Bountiful, assigned to Won-Door Corp. of Salt Lake City.

Cutting element assembly including one or more superabrasive cutting elements, drill bit utilizing the same, and methods of manufacture, patent No. 8,479,845, invented by Jiang Qian of Cedar Hills, Debkumar Mukhopadhyay of Sandy, Jason Wiggins of Draper, Kenneth E. Bertagnolli of Riverton, Shawn C. Scott of Payson, Kevin Duy Nguyen of Riverton and Michael A. Vail of Genola, assigned to US Synthetic Corp. of Orem.

Shieldable bag system and devices, patent No. 8,479,922, invented by Linda Kennedy of Park City.

Removable truck-mounted crane, patent No. 8,479,933, invented by Moises C. Vaquera of St. George.

Seat bolster chamber, patent No. 8,480,124, invented by Roger Rickenbach of Farr West, Terry Alan Wheelwright of Morgan, Don Parker of Layton and Andy Holliday of Ogden, assigned to Autoliv AS, Inc. of Ogden.

Bearings, bearing apparatus, and systems including the same, patent No. 8,480,304, invented by Craig H. Cooley of Saratoga Springs and Timothy N. Sexton of Santaquin, assigned to US Synthetic Corp. of Orem.


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Methods and apparatus for leak detection in blood processing systems, patent No. 8,480,608, invented by James M. Brugger of Newburyport, Mass. and Christopher McDowell of Holladay, assigned to Nxstage Medical Inc. of Lawrence, Mass.

Intraocular iontophoretic device and associated methods, patent No. 8,480,638, invented by Anthony L. Tuitupou of Salt Lake City and John W. Higuchi of Salt Lake City, assigned to Aciont Inc. of Salt Lake City.

Implant with nested members and methods of use, patent No. 8,480,738, invented by Jason A. Edie of Salt Lake City, Lloyd Guyton Bowers Cooper of Birmingham, Ala., Jerrod Bradley Windham of Auburn, Ala., John Caleb Dawson of Chicago, Ill., Don Byron Walker, II of Muscle Shoals, Ala. and Barry K. Patterson of North Charleston, S.C., assigned to Warsaw Orthopedic Inc. of Warsaw, Ind.

Adjustable prosthesis, patent No. 8,480,759, invented by Alex Pacanowsky of Salt Lake City, Brian Glaister of Seattle, Wash., Jason Schoen of Seattle, Wash. and Kathleen Mulholland of Seattle, Wash., assigned to Cadence Biomedical Inc. of Seattle, Wash.

Methods for applying images to resin materials, patent No. 8,480,939, invented by Kirk D. Williamson of Orem and Doug E. Thompson of Pleasant Grove, assigned to Giovanni Holdings LLC of Lindon.

Air freshener clip with head, patent No. 8,480,960, invented by Alan J. Wheatley of Draper and Christopher D. Anderson of Draper, assigned to American Covers Inc. of Draper.

Antimetastatic compounds, patent No. 8,481,553, invented by Marc Hansen of Pleasant Grove, assigned to Brigham Young University of Provo.

Aqueous phase oxidation process, patent No. 8,481,800, invented by George G. Foster of Salt Lake City, Frederick P. Kesler of Salt Lake City and Malcolm Draper of New York, N.Y., assigned to Earth Renewal Group LLC of Salt Lake City.

DRAM layout with vertical FETS and method of formation, patent No. 8,482,047, invented by Todd R. Abbott of Highland and Homer M. Manning of Eagle, Idaho, assigned to Micron Technology Inc. of Boise, Idaho.

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