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Fresh From the Bench: Latest Federal Circuit Court Case

CASE OF THE WEEK Treehouse Avatar LLC v. Valve Corp., Appeal No. 2022-1171 (Fed. Cir. Nov. 30, 2022) In the only precedential patent opinion issued by the Federal Circuit this week...

Female Entrepreneurs are Building Lifechanging Businesses. They Need Intellectual Property Protections to Do it.

As a woman who has spent her career as a serial entrepreneur and fighter for women entrepreneurs, I was appalled to read a recent letter from 100 members of Congress calling on Health...

Expert Testimony Inconsistent With Agreed-Upon Claim Construction Is Properly Stricken

Written by: Brianne M. Kingery & Jeremy Anapol TREEHOUSE AVATAR LLC v. VALVE CORPORATION Before Lourie, Reyna, and Stoll. Appeal from the U.S. District Court for the Western ...

Patent Experts Urge Kanter to Reject Calls to Scrap Avanci Business Review Letter

“The authors of the November 30 letter argue that the October 17 letter ‘perpetuates long-standing misunderstandings by some academics, policy activists, and companies, who ...

Patexia Insight 161: Top CAFC Law Firms of 2022

In late October, we released our second annual CAFC Intelligence Report. The report provided high-level statistics and insights and evaluated the stakeholders participating in the...

"They've Helped Themselves to My Artwork..." Banksy Accuses GUESS

  “Attention All Shoplifters…” Another guerrilla marketing strategy or unintentional (intentional) copyright infringement? This fall/winter 2022...

Get to Know This Year's Women Leaders in Tech Law

The Recorder honored the women lawyers handling game-changing, law-shaping, market moving work in and around the tech sector as part of the California Legal Awards on Nov. 3. Meet...

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The dominant method for evaluating rust characteristics of a metal in a certain environment is dead simple. Museums keen on the condition of their metal artworks, for ... Read More »
Nearly 300 million people worldwide live with diabetes, and regular testing is a crucial part of many of their lives. Purdue university researcher Jonathan Claussen... Read More »
A wristwatch-like device that measures a person’s “bioimpedance” helps nurses and doctors keep patient’s identity straight. Developed by... Read More »
A tiny vibrating cantilever sensor could soon help doctors and field clinicians quickly detect harmful toxins. The list includes bacteria certain types of cancer from ... Read More »
International European researchers from the NanoBioTact and NanoBioTouch projects have created a sensitive artificial finger. The goal of these projects is to improve ... Read More »
When purchasing a digital camera, one important measurement is the number of pixels on the camera's sensor. Historically, this is measured in megapixels, or... Read More »
Robots now have the sense of touch, thanks to University of Southern California researchers Jeremy Fishel and Gerald Loeb. The robotic fingers are modeled after our... Read More »
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Ann ConkleSeems like programming these robots to detect textures humans prefer would be relatively simple compared to the other complex tasks they have already accomplished. Very exciting work!
Jun 21, 2012
A team at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have taken steps to ensure a powerful color-based imaging technique performs as well when discerning... Read More »
Granular materials -- flour, sand, mortar -- exhibit peculiar behavior. Not quite solid and not liquid, you can pile these materials just as easily as you can pour them. ... Read More »
A critical step in preventing the spread of influenza virus must be effective detection, but current methods are generally too costly or too cumbersome. Brown professor... Read More »
This week saw some changes in the Patexia’s content. One of the main changes is that your truly will be covering the bulk of the news developments -- this also... Read More »
The three axis accelerometers that currently inhabit our smartphones typically measure values on the order of a couple times the acceleration due to gravity -- about... Read More »
Navy pilots and flight specialists will soon have "smart machines" installed in training simulators that learn from expert instructors to more efficiently... Read More »
When it comes to detecting and discriminating between a diverse variety and large number of substances, biological noses are unparalleled. UPenn researchers hope to... Read More »
MIT researchers Dr. Birgit Esser and Professor Timothy Swager have demonstrated an unexpected use for carbon nanotubes: helping grocers determine when fruit is going... Read More »
A University of California, Los Angeles research team led by  Robert Candler of the Sensors and Technology Laboratory is investigating the use of porous... Read More »
A team of Northrop Grumman Corporation engineers recently successfully demonstrated the capability of the company's Silent Watch Electro-Optical Infrared (EO/IR)... Read More »
Scientists and engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) have discovered an entirely new carbon-based material that is synthesized from the carbon... Read More »
3D imaging is the next breakthrough in photo technology. So far, the results have been lackluster at best. Current 3D imaging cameras can give a rough idea of... Read More »
Collaboration between the University of Southampton and the University of Cambridge has made ground-breaking advances in our understanding of the changes that... Read More »
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