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post image 4-methylimidazole and Killer Cola: all right for you, but not -4-MEI? from

Unlike some of her work colleagues (you know who you are), this Kat does not drink Coca-Cola or Pepsi. This may because, as a little Kat, she observed many conversations between her Kat Parents when ...

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post image Substantial Evidence from

In re PepperBall Technologies, where patents were found obvious during reexam, the CAFC affirmed, as it "upholds the Board's fact findings supported by substantial evidence, 5 U.S.C. § 706." "What a reference teaches ...

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CBS Sunday Morning on March 11, 2012 from

Charles Osgood introduced the stories for March 11, 2012, the first day of daylight savings in 2012. The people of Japan commemorated Fukushima (Bill Whittaker). An hour of lost sleep, by Barry Peterson. Pillow talk ...

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US Government Scuttles Plan To Share Control Of The Internet from

The US Commerce Department National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) has cancelled its request for proposal for the management of the internet root zone file, a core piece of infrastructure for the global domain name ...

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"60 Minutes" on March 11, 2012 from

First story: "The spymaster speaks." Meir Dagan, former chief of the Mossad. He days there may be up to three years to wait. The regime in Iran is a very rational regime. Iran has a ...

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CSI: Miami on March 11, 2012 from

The "Rest in Pieces" episode begins with a hand coming out of a sandy beach. A man in a blue top yells for "Chelsea". Walter (Omar) gets the first line "The victim's name is ...

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TPAC Quarterly Meeting Summary (March 2012) from

The following is a summary of the key points discussed at the March 8, 2012, public meeting of the Trademark Public Advisory Committee (TPAC) at the USPTO. The meeting covered many topics, including legislative and ...

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Apple v. Motorola from

From AppleInsider: "Much of the art Motorola has identified," the company told the judge, "was discovered when Apple's allegations against Android recently came to light to the general public, and numerous individuals in the ...

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IP Osgoode Speaker Series: Dr. Danaher and Robert Levine from

IP Osgoode Speaker Series: Copyright and the Music Industry Featuring Robert Levine and Prof Brett Danaher March 22, 2012 6:00pm-7:30pm Moot Court, Room 1005 Osgoode Hall Law School, York University IP Osgoode is ...

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Announcing Canada’s IP Writing Challenge 2012 from

IP Osgoode and the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC) are proud to announce Canada’s IP Writing Challenge 2012. Eligible candidates are invited to submit articles addressing a thesis of importance in an area ...

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