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Thirty five Utah inventors received patents from the United States Patent Office for 14 inventions. Copies of patents are available by number for $3 from Box 9, Patent and Trademark Office, Washington, D.C. 20231. Abstracts and classifications are available at the Marriott Library, University of Utah.

- Scott B. Gwilliam, Salt Lake City; Richard A. Pell, Ogden; and Aaron V. Farr, North Ogden. A thermoelectric unit with multiple modules for cooling or heating a gas. Filed Jan. 26, 1994, a continuation of application Nov. 27, 1992. Patent 5,431,021.- Christopher Hock, Uintah; Michael P. Jordan, Bountiful; Virginia E. Chandler, Ogden; Robert D. Taylor, Hyrum; Thomas M. Deppert and Michael W. Barnes, both of Brigham City. A method of producing high volumes of gas to an automotive airbag. Assigned to Morton International Inc., Chicago, Ill. Filed Sept. 21, 1994, a continuation-in-part of applications March 8, 1994 and Dec. 10, 1993. Patent 5,431,103.

- Sheldon B. Johnson, St. George. Anchoring apparatus. Assigned to BetterWay Technology Inc., St. George. Filed June 8, 1994. Patent 5,431,123.

- Gordon A. Tibbitts, Redd H. Smith and Paul E. Pastusek, all Salt Lake City; Craig H. Cooley, Bountiful; and Ralph M. Horton, Murray. A bit of the rotary drag type for drilling subterranean formations. Filed April 8, 1993. Patent 5,431,239.

- Richard J. Wilde, Ogden. A form tie for securing a pair of concrete wall form structures together. Filed March 31, 1994. Patent 5,431,368.

- Daniel L. Steimke and Paul M. Fanning, both of Ogden; and Edward Friery, Coalville. Fastener-less tethered deployment door for a passenger-side airbag. Assigned to Morton International Inc., Chicago, Ill. Filed May 2, 1994. Patent 5,431,433.

- G. Dean Mossi, Roy, and Brett R. Garner, South Weber. Component of an airbag restraint module. Assigned to Morton International Inc., Chicago, Ill. Filed Sept. 21, 1993. Patent 5,431,436.

- Fred P. Lampropoulos, Salt Lake City, and Jeffrey D. Salisbury, Logan. System and method for monitoring, displaying and recording balloon catheter condition data. Assigned to Merit Medical Systems Inc., South Jordan. Filed April 4, 1994, a continuation-in-part of patents 5,300,027 and 5,135,488. Patent 5,431,629.

- Jeffrey O. Brown, Logan. An ambulatory infusion pump. Assigned to Baxter International Inc., Deerfield, Ill. Filed June 28, 1993, a continuation-in-part of application March 6, 1992. Patent 5,431,634.

- E. Marlowe Goble, Logan. Cross pin and set screw femoral and tibial fixation method. Filed Feb. 8, 1993. Patent 5,431,651.

- Baldomero M. Olivera, Lourdes J. Cruz and Chris E. Hopkins, all Salt Lake City; Jean E. F. Rivier, La Jolla, Calif.; Fe Abogadie, Evanston, Ill.; John Dykert, Vista, Calif.; and Josep L. Torres, Barcelona, Spain. A substantially pure conotoxin. Assigned to The Salk Institute for Biological Studies, San Diego, Calif., and the University of Utah Research Foundation, Salt Lake City. Filed June 29, 1993. Patent 5,432,155.

- Allen R. Grahn, Salt Lake City. Direct-drive field actuator motors. Assigned to Bonneville Scientific Inc., Salt Lake City. Filed Aug. 2, 1993. Patent 5,432,395.

- A. Brent Strong, Sandy; R. Scott Merrell, and Barry M. Lunt, both of Provo. A method for detecting extent of cross-linking of a high impedance polymer material during a pre-cure stage. Assigned to Brigham Young University, Provo. Filed Sept. 22, 1992. Patent 5,432,435.

- Steven T. Barham and Samuel C. Kingston, both of Salt Lake City; and Harold L. Simonsen, South Jordan. Parallel processing based digital matched filter and error detector for a digital demodulator. Assigned to Unisys Corp., Blue Bell, Pa. Filed Dec. 28, 1993. Patent 5,432,813.