Ergonomics problems lead to the invention for fishermen

Robyn Edie / Stuff Invercargill man Brian Smith with his patented invention, the Rodassista, to help people use their fishing rods. A Southland fisherman has created a device that he says will help with fishing ergonomics. In 2010, Brian Smith noticed that he and others were having issues with their …

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Purdue obtains 175 utility patents in the United States

The bsmart bandage can assess tissue damage in open and closed wounds, promote healing with its breathable design, and does not require medical personnel for its application. Submitted photo The Indianapolis Business Journal Purdue University researchers received the sixth highest number of U.S. utility patents among universities around the world …

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License this! The competition jury unveiled

the License this! Contest, produced by the leading trade fair organizer of the licensing industry, the Global Licensing Group, and the industry trade association, International licenses, announced the 2021 competition jury of 18 senior executives from all corners of the industry. Some of the companies and licensing agencies represented on …

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