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Integrated Sensing Systems Inc. announced that the United States Patent Office has granted it U.S. Patent No. 8,016,798 for “Fluid Delivery System and Sensing Unit.”
Integrated Sending Systems Inc, or ISSYS as the firm calls itself for short, announced Thursday that it had been granted United States Patent 8,014,865 titled “Method for Monitoring a Physiologic Parameter of Patients with Congestive Heart Failure.”
Appia Communications announced it had been awarded United States Patent No. 8,132,245 for the underlying technology of AppiaSecure, which combines routing, firewall, and security management functions in a single appliance.
Ypsilanti-based Integrated Sensing Systems, Inc. announced that it has been awarded United States Patent No. 7,823,445 for “System and Method of Assessing a Property of a Flowing Fluid.”
Ann Arbor-based ProQuest said Tuesday that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has recognized the value of its Deep Indexing technology by granting patent protection on ProQuest’s CSA Illustrata technology.
Ypsilanti-based Nanogetters, a subsidiary of Integrated Sensing Systems Inc., announced Tuesday the award of United States Patent No. 7,789,949 for new applications of its thin films used in micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS). The patent covers the […]
Ypsilanti-based Integrated Sensing Systems Inc. announced that it had been granted U.S. Patent No. 7,686,762 titled “Wireless Device and System for Monitoring Physiological Parameters.” ISSYS, as the company is called, said the patent covers the […]
For inventors, it’s usually a long, arduous path from the birth of an idea to the issuance of a patent. That wait came to a successful conclusion recently for three scientists at Michigan Molecular Institute […]