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Owlet develops innovative devices that give parents better insights into the health and well-being of their infants. Owlet’s “Smart Sock” attaches comfortably to the baby’s foot and uses clinically-proven technology to track heart rate and oxygen levels of the baby and notifies parents in real time if something appears to be wrong. Through...

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If you’ve ever had to clean out your clogged shower drain, you know how disgusting that blob of wet hair is. DrainWig is an innovative product that catches hair and prevents clogs in a simple, stainless steel chain and rubber whiskers you insert into your drain.

Workman Nydegger patent prosecutors arranged in-person...

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DIRTT Environmental Solutions is a leading technology driven manufacturer of highly customized interiors, providing custom prefab modular interior solutions customized to suit spaces dimensionally, functionally, and aesthetically. On a recommendation from a business partner, DIRTT approached Workman Nydegger to assist with difficult patent claims...

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Wavetronix creates innovative tools for intelligent transportation systems designed to increase roadway efficiency and safety. One of the technologies pioneered by Wavetronix is its radar-based “dilemma zone” family of sensors, which monitor vehicles within 2-5 seconds of an intersection, a zone where studies show drivers cannot decide...

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Maria Shireen is a functional fashion accessories company and maker of the original hair tie bracelet. It designs, produces, and markets three premium hair tie bracelet collections. Shireen’s husband, Arni, created the bracelets in an effort to eliminate pressure exerted on the wrist when wearing a hair tie elastic and to make the hair...

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Kerecis, based in Iceland with a U.S. subsidiary, developed a revolutionary technology using fish skin to repair damaged human tissue, including severe and chronic wounds. Kerecis discovered a way to transform fish skin so that it retains its natural three-dimensional structure and the naturally occurring omega-3 fatty acids while sterilizing and drying...

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