Utah inventors received seven patents from the United States Patent Office. 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.
- Steven S. Despain, Orem. Apparatus for carrying a bicycle. Filed Feb. 10, 1995, a continuation-in-part of application May 6, 1994. Patent 5,579,972.- Quin Soderquist, South Weber; Patricie G. Cochran, Brigham City, and Christine D. Slate, Roy. Cushion attachment for air bags. Assigned to Morton International Inc., Chicago. Filed Sept. 20, 1995. Patent 5,580,080.
- Stephen C. Jacobsen, Salt Lake City; David F. Knutti, Tay-lors-ville, and Robert J. Douglass, Sandy. An individual person mobility simulator. Assigned to Sarcos Group, Salt Lake City. Filed Feb. 14, 1994. Patent 5,580,249.
- Archie R. McFarland, Her-riman. A machine for segregating meat from bone and from heavy tissue of segmented pieces of meat cuts. Filed June 2, 1995. Patent 5,580,305.
- Shekar H. Balagopal; John H. Gordon; Anil V. Virkar and Ashok V. Joshi, all of Salt Lake City. Selective metal cation-conducting ceramics. Assigned to Ceramatec Inc., Salt Lake City. Filed Feb. 28, 1994, a continuation-in-part of patent 5,290,405. Patent 5,580,430.
- Fred P. Lampropoulos, Salt Lake City, and Manuel G. Rossell, San Jose, Calif. Pressure measurement apparatus having a reverse mounted transducer and over pres-sure guard. Assigned to Sentir Inc., Santa Clara, Calif. Filed April 4, 1994. Patent 5,581,038.
- C. Martin Rasmussen, Fruit Heights. Combined camper jack and bracket. Filed Feb. 14, 1996, a continuation-in-part of patent 5,348,258, and a continuation of application July 5, 1994. Design patent 376,239.