Dallas Invents: 180 Patents Granted for Week of Nov. 19 » Dallas Innovates

Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 11 for patent activity out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: • Audatex North America’s VIN-based insurance claim system • Bank of America’s holistic data transmission throughout an enterprise • Novartis’ curvature-changing, accommodative intraocular lens • Capital One’s methods for co-browsing • iMed Technology’s antiseptic swab with activation button • Toyota’s physical assistive robotic systems An illustration from Toyota’s newly granted patent for a physical assistive robotic system. [Image: USPTO, Patent No. 10478365] Dallas Invents is a weekly look at U.S. patents granted with a connection to the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro area. Listings include patents granted to local assignees and/or those with a North Texas inventor. Patent activity can be an indicator of future economic growth, as well as the development of emerging markets and talent attraction. By tracking both inventors and assignees in the region, we aim to provide a broader view of the region’s inventive activity. Listings are organized by Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC).  Texas Instruments Incorporated (Dallas) 29 Futurewei Tech...

Flaglers’ dining furniture returns to Whitehall after almost 100 years – Lifestyle – The Palm Beach Post

The exotic satinwood dining furniture that graced Whitehall when Henry and Mary Lily Kenan Flagler lived at the Gilded Age estate has returned to the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum after close to a 100-year absence. The original ca. 1900 French Renaissance-style dining table, 24 chairs and two sideboards, the work of noted New York design firm Pottier and Stymus, journeyed through multiple owners before coming home. The museum at One Whitehall Way, Palm Beach, purchased the furniture in 2018, and a year-long restoration followed. The furniture returned to the museum in November, but the restoration of the sideboards was completed two weeks ago with the installation of new cornices. Museum Trustee Thomas S. Kenan III said in a statement, “After the furniture was sold from the Whitehall estate in the 1920s, the furniture was in many different homes, leading to the ultimate purchase in the late 1950s by Old Republic Life Insurance Company of Chicago for their Boardroom suite. “Jean Flagler Matthews, our Museum founder, and I tried valiantly together to orchestrate the return of the original Francis I Dining Room furniture back to Whitehall during the 1960s and 70s. It h...

Insights on decorating trends for packaging — plus and advice from experts on the tools, materials,

Insights on decorating trends for packaging — plus and advice from experts on the tools, materials, and techniques available to execute a designer’s vision. Cookies help us to provide you with an excellent service. By using our website, you declare yourself in agreement with our use of cookies. You can obtain detailed information about the use of cookies on our website by clicking on “More information”. Got It Copyright © 2020 Rodman Media. All rights reserved. Use of this constitutes acceptance of our privacy policy The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Rodman Media. Screen Printing Machine, Screen Printer, Automatic Screen Printing Machine – Kin Wah,https://www.kinwah-group.com/

Battery Blood: How California Health Agencies Failed Exide Workers

California’s Department of Public Health and Cal/OSHA didn’t protect workers from lead contamination at a battery recycling plant. A state Assembly member will hold hearings for a worker-protection bill based on our investigation. For nearly a century a hulking industrial plant near downtown Los Angeles melted down car batteries to reclaim their lead. The facility, most recently owned by Exide Technologies, was shut down in 2015 in a deal the company made with the U.S. Justice Department to avoid criminal prosecution for polluting nearby residential communities. Neighborhood activists have criticized California’s Department of Toxic Substances, which allowed Exide to continue operating for years with a temporary permit, despite evidence it was a major polluter. But a year-long investigation by Capital & Main and the University of Southern California’s Center for Health Journalism has found that two other agencies, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA), failed to take action during a simmering public health crisis involving hundreds of lead-poisoned workers at the plant. Between 1987 and 2014, according...

Ember Launches Larger Capacity 14oz Ceramic Mug, Available from Apple

Many people are stuck at home, away from friends and family. Apple’s FaceTime can video chat with up to 32 to people at once. Apple is working on a Tile-like Bluetooth tracking device that’s designed to be attached to items like keys and wallets for tracking purposes, letting you find them right in the Find My app. Ember, the company that sells iPhone-connected mugs and thermoses, recently launched a new version of its Ember Ceramic Mug that is now available in a larger, 14oz size for U.S. users only. Like its previous products, the company has also partnered with Apple to sell the temperature regulating smart mug on Apple.com and in Apple stores. Previously, the only size that the Ceramic Mug was available in was a 10oz option. While we enjoyed the overall quality and usefulness of the Ceramic Mug in our review, this sizing issue was one of the biggest downsides to the product, since it barely left any room for creamer in coffee and often led to spills. With a bigger capacity these problems should be alleviated, but the 14oz option does come with a steeper price tag of $129.95, compared to the 10oz version at $79.95. The two mugs are identical other than their sizes...

Experts reveal the seven reasons why drinking red wine is good for your health

According to experts, red varietals get the tick of approval as these are generally higher in beneficial plant compounds.  And while these healthy chemicals can be found in white wines, they tend to be at much lower levels.  FEMAIL takes a look at some of the key benefits of drinking red wine – and how a glass of Pinot noir or Merlot can help with heart health and strengthening your bones. According to experts a nightly glass of wine come with a range of health benefits including boosting your antioxidant count and helping with stroke prevention (stock image)  One of the key health benefits of drinking red wine is that it comes with high levels of antioxidants, reports Dietlicious. Antioxidants are essential in helping to protect cells in the body from damage that can lead to infection and inflammation. Another benefit of drinking red wine is that it comes laden with silicon – a mineral that helps improve bone strength. The mineral isn’t always able to be absorbed by the body, however, water, plant foods, and some beverages contain (silicon) in an absorbable form, reports BetterBones.com. Mineral water, red wine and some types of herbal tea are among those dri...

Lalibela: 11 churches, each sculpted out of a single block of stone 800 years ago – 60 Minutes

In the northern highlands of Ethiopia stand 11 churches that the Ethiopian Orthodox Church says were built by angels If faith is a mystery, there are few places in the Christian world where the mystery is deeper than in Lalibela. 800 years ago, an Ethiopian king ordered a new capital for Christians. At 8,000 feet, on the central plateau of Ethiopia stand 11 churches, each carved from a single, gigantic, block of stone. No bricks, no mortar, no concrete, no lumber, just rock sculpted into architecture. Not much is known about who built them, or why. But the faithful of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church say there’s no mystery really. The churches of Lalibela were built by angels. The northern highlands of Ethiopia rose 31 million years ago when fissures in the earth flooded the Horn of Africa with lava a mile deep. On hillsides you can still see columns of lava frozen in time. Iron made the basalt red and, gases trapped inside, made the stone light, as light and pliable as air. Christians laid their mark on Ethiopia before the year 400. They found the ancient stone welcomed the bite of a chisel. The churches were carved around the year 1200 by people called the Zagwe.  Their kin...

The best bathroom scales to help you achieve your fitness goals

If your New Year fitness goals have reached a plateau, you may be pleasantly surprised by how a new set of bathroom scales can give you a little motivation and deliver better news than expected. The new generation of smart scales do more than just measure weight and can deliver information about BMI, muscle mass and body fat. Even if you’re not losing weight it’s reassuring to know that you may be adding muscle and losing fat. Some scales will even inform you of the weather forecast. There are so many features to the Withings Smart Body Analyzer that it feels like the only thing it can’t do is make us a morning coffee. The advanced Wi-Fi scale measures weight, BMI, body fat and heart-rate, and automatically synchronises with the Withings Health Mate app on your phone. Not many scales are able to check heart rate, but the smart body analyzer can measure it through your feet, enabling you to track your fitness progress. It will also display the weather and temperature predicted for the day so you can decide what to wear. For less than £20, the iTeknic body fact scales are able to measure 11 body parameters. You’ll be able to learn about your weight, body fa...

Source: Chery’s intelligent vehicle unit receives RMB200 million of registered capital

Shanghai (Gasgoo)- Wuhu Lion Automotive Technologies Co., Ltd. (Lion Tech), positioned as the operational entity of Chery’s intelligent vehicle business unit, has already received the capital of RMB200 million from five shareholders, according to a local media outlet, citing sources familiar with the situation. The money will be used on businesses like market expansion and R&D that focuses on IoV (Internet of Vehicles) and 5G-enabled autonomous driving, said one of the sources. He added the foremost mission for today’s Lion Tech is developing its own technologies and forming the technical barrier. The details of the R&D plan and profit models are under discussion. Lion Tech was previously wholly owned by Chery Automobile Co.,Ltd. The structure changed in last November after four new companies joined with the registered capital rising to RMB200 million from RMB17.75 million. According to the business data platform Tianyancha, Lion Tech is at present held as to 25% by Chery Holding, 20% by Chery Automobile Co.,Ltd., 20% by Chery Commercial Vehicle (Anhui) Co.,Ltd., 20% by Chery New Energy, and 15% by Wuhu Chery Technology Co.,Ltd. All of them subscribed the registered capi...

China Outdoor Singlemode G652D,Flame Retardant Fiber Optic cable ,Non-metallic GYFTY on Global Sources

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The new DeWalt Cordless 7-inch polisher (model DCM849P2) has the sort of power and performance that

The new DeWalt Cordless 7-inch polisher (model DCM849P2) has the sort of power and performance that tackles cars, headlights, windshields, fiberglass, gelcoat, and glass applications. But, because it cuts the cord, you don’t have to worry about marking up your work surface or being confined to the power outlet in the shop. If your automotive shop has already shifted to cordless with products like the DeWalt Atomic 20V impact driver, perhaps this battery-powered polisher deserves a look. SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERSgoogletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1389975325257-0′); }); DeWalt upgraded to a brushless motor in the DCM849P2, ramping up the tool’s power and efficiency. It can crank out a no-load speed between 800 and 2,200 RPM, and you have the ability to set and monitor your speed via the variable speed trigger and speed control dial. Ergonomically, DeWalt has added some features to help you keep your work pristine and scratch-free as well. The battery on the new 7-inch polisher runs sideways to keep it out of your way as you maneuver. A rubber gear case overmold improves the tool’s gripping surface, particularly at the front grip position. The i...

Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately

Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. The inventor Buckminster Fuller once described technological progress as “ephemeralization.” Sunbeams and breezes are replacing coal and oil as energy sources, brands are more important than buildings to corporations, and fiat money has supplanted gold and silver. So it seems reasonable to conclude that the periodic table of elements—that wonky taxonomy of physical stuff such as copper, iron, mercury, and sulfur—is passé, no more relevant than a manual typewriter. Except exactly the opposite is true. Matter still matters. And on the 150th anniversary of the periodic table’s formulation by the Russian chemist Dmitri Mendeleev, it’s more important than it’s ever been. Read More Scientists have long sought to catalog the known elements: In 1789, Antoine Lavoisier sorted them by their properties. By ...

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