coinventor


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coinventor

(ˌkəʊɪnˈvɛntə)
n
a fellow inventor
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He holds shares in Biohaven Pharmaceuticals and is a coinventor on a US.
Dr Treanor is a coinventor on a digital pathology patent that has been assigned to Roche-Ventana on behalf of his employer in 2015.
He is a coinventor of Wi-Fi and modern Ethernet architecture and a former visiting fellow at AEI.
Shanafelt is a coinventor of the Physician Weil-Being Index, Medical Student Well-Being Index, and Well-Being Index; copyright and licensing rights for these tools belong to the Mayo Clinic, and Dr.
My Car Is Killing Me--Top Tips For A Healthier Drive by SHOFT coinventor Dr Graham Cox and top London physiotherapist Nell Mead (4.
As coinventor, Lucarelli has an array of 63 patents and applications, while additionally authoring and co-authoring several technical papers.
He's authored or coauthored more than 100 papers and presentations and was a coinventor of "Nondestructive Test Method for Assessment of Subterranean Tower Anchor Rods," which has been licensed to the cellular industry.
Sutter, cabria cuestionarse si resulta juridicamente adecuado aceptar el testimonio de dicho experto como parte de este proceso, a pesar de ser coinventor del medicamento.
Wegner has been a lead inventor and coinventor on five US patents.
Yet the policy was strict enough to lead to the departure of one of the most brilliant physicists of the 20th century, John Bardeen, a coinventor of the transistor, who fled Bell Labs partly because of frustration after his work on superconductivity was deemed tangential to communications research.