Watching the technology emerge from the lab and pique the interest of executives at leading consumer packaged goods companies and prestigious venture capitalists is a great vote of confidence in the market potential for our technology and the capabilities of our leadership team, adds Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) professor and LiquiGlide co-inventor
Zambian patent holders listed in this book are Patrick Chilufya Chimfwembe, a Canadian-based co-inventor
with some 16 patents in communication technologies.
Suzanne Klimberg is a co-inventor
of MelodyDX, Ascendant Diagnostic LLC's first product.
Jobs is cited as the inventor or co-inventor
on 313 U.S.
, Andy Wilson, said: "with its automatic transfer, it's almost as if my body is a conduit for information."
Scott Parazynski has a particular appreciation of this problem, having dealt with the effects of dehydration as a medical doctor, mountaineer, and astronaut with NASA.
"Our development was focused on a market opportunity: printing on non-porous substrates with thermal inkjet technology," president and co-inventor
Bill Buskirk stated.
Gregory Pincus, co-inventor
of the birth control pill, "had no interest in contraception." Because of a reporter's error, he was misquoted in last week's Sunday Telegram.
As part of the purchase agreement executed by Principle Power and Marine Innovation and Technology, Dominique Roddier, a co-inventor
of the WindFloat, will join Principle Power as CTO.
In Blake Bell's gorgeous coffee-table art book and biography, Strange and Stranger (Fantagraphics Books), we see Ditko's vividly grotesque gift, and we contemplate how being robbed of the recognition and money that being Spider-Man's co-inventor
should warrant, and having his Objectivist superhero "Mr.
Dr Rachel Errington said it might do for medical research what silicon chips did for computers.