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Dynamic Inc. | Date: 2016-12-09

The present disclosure relates generally to picture frames and picture cabinets, and more specifically to rotatable picture frames and picture cabinets. In some embodiments, the picture frame may be easily rotatable between a landscape display and a portrait display via a set of recesses that correspond to a set of protrusions on a hanging mount. The picture frame may also support a varying number of photographs in a varying number of picture support compartments while also allowing the picture frame to be accessible while said picture frame is mounted on a planar surface such as a wall.


Patent
Dynamic Inc. | Date: 2017-06-14

The present disclosure relates generally to picture frames and picture cabinets, and more specifically to rotatable picture frames and picture cabinets. In some embodiments, the picture frame (910) may be easily rotatable between a landscape display and a portrait display via a set of recesses (960a, 960b) that correspond to a set of protrusions (960) on a hanging mount (950). The picture frame (910) may also support a varying number of photographs in a varying number of picture support compartments while also allowing the picture frame (910) to be accessible while said picture frame (910) is mounted on a planar surface such as a wall.


Patent
Dynamic Inc. | Date: 2017-02-22

An RFID shield in the form of a thin plastic substrate upon which a shielding pattern is printed in conductive paint or ink. The pattern may cover the entire surface of the substrate or it may be in the form of intersecting lines or arrays of intersecting elements.


Patent
Dynamic Inc. | Date: 2015-11-27

A ditch forming implement, for use with a working vehicle, has a frame for towing connection to the working vehicle and which supports a rotatable impeller member thereon for spreading soil in a laterally outward direction relative to a forward path of the implement. A driven pulley wheel is fixed to a rear of the impeller member for rotation together relative to the frame. A drive shaft assembly operatively transfers rotational drive from a power take-off of the working vehicle to a driven pulley wheel on the frame, to be subsequently transferred to the driven pulley wheel by a drive belt connected between the driven and drive pulley wheels.


Patent
Dynamic Inc. | Date: 2016-05-13

A soil spreading scraper device has a cutting blade to cut soil from the ground and a rotating impeller member for spreading the cut soil as the frame is displaced forwardly. The impeller member includes a main disc body and a plurality of impeller blades on the main disc body which are pivotal relative to the body between a working position in which the blade body extends in a direction of the impeller axis away from the main disc body and a deflected position in which the blade body extends in a circumferential direction of the disc body in a trailing relationship relative to the pivot axis of the blade body. An actuating assembly resists displacement of the blade body into the deflected position until pressure on the paddle exceeds a prescribed holding force. A spring biases the body to return to the working position.


Patent
Dynamic Inc. | Date: 2015-04-10

An RFID shield in the form of a thin plastic substrate upon which a shielding pattern is printed in conductive paint or ink. The pattern may cover the entire surface of the substrate or it may be in the form of intersecting lines or arrays of intersecting elements.


A tethermast and frag wall includes a fabric device having a fill volume fillable with a fill material on a flexible or compliant mast system. The fill volume may be a chambered curtain. The tethermast and frag wall is self supporting, easily deployed, and may be used in connection with a structure or may be deployed stand-alone. A tether system for an air beam structure utilizing a flexible tethermast, an external frag wall or frag curtain, soft couplings, air beam slings, or combinations thereof to reduce the effects of pressure waves, such as blast waves, onto and into an air beam structure and any inhabitants.


Patent
Dynamic Inc. | Date: 2016-03-28

A tethermast and frag wall includes a fabric device having a fill volume fillable with a fill material on a flexible or compliant mast system. The fill volume may be a chambered curtain. The tethermast and frag wall is self supporting, easily deployed, and may be used in connection with a structure or may be deployed stand-alone. A tether system for an air beam structure utilizing a flexible tethermast, an external frag wall or frag curtain, soft couplings, air beam slings, or combinations thereof to reduce the effects of pressure waves, such as blast waves, onto and into an air beam structure and any inhabitants.


Patent
Dynamic Inc. | Date: 2016-03-25

Method and apparatus for maximizing the output of a dynamically biased avalanche photodiode (APD). The output of the APD is amplified. A feedback loop comprising a phase shifter measures the RF power of the amplified output and adjusts the phase of the AC signal which is used to dynamically bias the APD until the output power is maximized. The AC signal is also split into out of phase signals, thereby substantially canceling out the bias current injected into the APD output, leaving only the desired amplified optical output signal. The monitoring and tuning of the AC dynamic bias can eliminate phase drift over time, as well as other non-ideal effects that can occur, such as those due to temperature changes or device aging effects.


Grant
Agency: National Science Foundation | Branch: | Program: SBIR | Phase: Phase I | Award Amount: 150.00K | Year: 2015

Broader impact/commercial potential of this Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I project is to (1) improve the decision making towards protein therapeutics development (also known as developability), (2) reduce Research and Development costs for the Biotechnology industry in general, (3) improve timelines of new protein therapeutic candidates, thus proceeding to clinical phase trials sooner, (4) resulting in fewer candidate withdrawals from clinical trials, (5) reduce risk associated with protein aggregation and immunogenicity, a potentially fatal outcome; leading to (6) overall quicker times for approval-to-market, and finally (7) a reduction of product recall risk. The market opportunity for protein characterization and identification market by instruments also known as life sciences tools is estimated to be $ 80-85 billion dollars. Our product is an innovative patented technology platform and related services which will support the developability evaluation of new protein therapeutic candidates in the biologics and biosimilars product portfolio. As an additional funding source, we have adopted the production of a high quality aggregate free potential diagnostic candidate biomarker for prostrate and pancreatic cancer to allow for further research and development in other research institutions. Completion of Phase I in the evaluation of formulation conditions of protein therapeutics including monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) will ensure progress towards the development of a high throughput platform for Phase II evaluation. The proposed project will address the current bottleneck of new protein therapeutics within the biologics and biosimilars industry due to protein aggregation. This is the single most prevalent reason that has hampered the release of biotherapeutics into the market. Protein aggregation leads to loss of efficacy and potentially to immunogenicity risks. Formulation is critical to downstream processing, dosing, storage, and delivery of protein therapeutics. Our goal is to test different formulation conditions through the use of Design of Experiment strategies to identify the formulation conditions under which the monoclonal antibody candidate is stable and aggregation free, even under stress. We have designed an innovative patented platform using two dimensional infrared (2D IR) correlation spectroscopy and perturbation correlation (PC) analysis which is accurate, reproducible and does not use probes to determine the mechanism and extent of aggregation, and stability of a mAb. A potential outcome will be the developability assessment of novel candidates ensuring a pipeline of protein therapeutics early in the research and development. If successful, Phase II will involve a high-throughput platform to address the evaluation of protein aggregation in plasma and final IV delivery conditions, for the design of a predictive model for immunogenicity risk assessment.

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