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Invent Resources (IRI) has guided the development of more than 200 products, received more than 100 patents, formed more than 60 licensing arrangements and have over 40 patent applications in process. Our annual client sales resulting from this intellectual property totals several hundred million dollars.

When IRI accepts an assignment and generates intellectual property (IP) we offer exclusive licensing of the IP to our clients and negotiate a royalty arrangement, thus there is no upfront cost for our work to the client during the invention process. Our personnel are available as consultants to provide support in developing and prototyping the new, proprietary products.

Below is a list of patents issued to IRI's members. There is a website offering free downloading of patents. It is http://www.freepatentsonline.com

  1. Methods of Making Transistors and Assembly Thereof, U.S. Patent No. 2,732,519 (Jan. 24, 1956)
  2. Process of Making P-N Crystals, US Patent No. 2,763,581 (Sep. 18, 1956)
  3. Black Coatings for Metal Parts and Methods for Forming Such Coatings, US Patent No. 2,814,574 (Nov. 26, 1957)
  4. Fabrication of Junction Transistors US Patent No. 2,916,408 (Dec. 8, 1959)
  5. Electrode Connections to Semiconductor Bodies, US Patent No. 2,948,836 (Aug. 9, 1960)
  6. Prevention of Hydrogen-Embrittlement in Oxygen-Bearing Copper, US Patent No. 3,352,667 (Nov. 14, 1967)
  7. Dispersion Hardening of Metal, US Patent No. 3,399,086 (Aug. 27, 1968)
  8. Apparatus for Measurement of Plasma Conductivity, US Patent No. 3,525,931 (Aug. 25, 1970)
  9. Magnetohydrodynamic Generator, US Patent No. 3,660,700 (May 2, 1972)
  10. Extrusion System, US Patent No. 3,675,451 (Jul. 11, 1972)
  11. Polaronic Semiconductor Devices, US Patent No. 3,686,096 (Aug. 23, 1972)
  12. Emissivity Corrected Optical Pyrometer US Patent No. 3,698,813 (Oct. 17, 1972)
  13. Doppler Shift System, US Patent No. 3,795,448 (Mar. 5, 1974)
  14. Golf Club Head, US Patent No. D229844 (Jan. 8, 1974)
  15. Golf Club Head, US Patent No. D231373 (Apr. 16, 1974)
  16. Blood Glucose Level Monitoring-Alarm System and Method Therefore, US Patent No. 3,837,339 (Sep. 24, 1974)
  17. Method of Intermetallic Bonding, US Patent No. 3,839,780 (Oct. 8, 1974)
  18. Glass Composition, German Patent # 2,451,875 (May 12, 1975)
  19. Chemical Protection of Asbestos, US Patent No. 3,891,461 (Jun. 13 1975)
  20. Apparatus for Film Deposition, US Patent No. 3,904,505 (Sep. 9, 1975)
  21. Perforated Wall Hollow-Cathode Ion Laser, US Patent No. 3,931,589 (Jan. 6, 1975)
  22. Folding Microwave Searing and Browning Means, US Patent No. 3,949,184 (Apr. 6, 1976)
  23. Film Deposition, US Patent No. 3,961,103 (Jun. 1, 1976)
  24. Apparatus for Measuring Alcohol Concentration, US Patent No. 3,966,579 (Jun. 29, 1976)
  25. Dual Field Excitation for a Carbon Dioxide Laser, US Patent No. 3,974,458 (Aug. 10, 1976)
  26. Holder for Tissue Boxes, US Patent No. 3,982,717 (Sep. 28, 1977)
  27. Noise Rejecting Electronic Sphygmomanometer and Methods for Measuring Blood Pressure, US Patent No. 4,005,701 (Feb. 1, 1977)
  28. Thin Flexible Electronic Calculator, US Patent No. 4,096,577 (Jun. 20, 1978)
  29. Microwave Coffee Maker, US Patent No. 4,104,957 (Aug. 8, 1978)
  30. Concentrated Energy Microwave Appliance, US Patent No. 4,156,806 (May 29, 1979)
  31. Seed Heating Microwave Appliance, US Patent No. 4,158,760 (Jun. 19, 1979)
  32. Corn Popper with Butter Dispenser, US Patent No. 4,166,208 (Aug. 29, 1979)
  33. Automatic Air Deflating Regulator for Use in an Instrument for Measuring Blood Pressure, US Patent No. 4,198,031 (Apr. 15, 1980)
  34. Microwave Corn Popper Appliance, US Patent No. D255,535 (Jun. 24, 1980)
  35. Ferrite Heating Apparatus, US Patent No. 4,362,917 (Dec. 7, 1982)
  36. Microwave Espresso Coffee Maker and Process, US Patent No. 4,386,109 (May 31, 1983)
  37. Microwave Cooking Utensil, US Patent No. 4,398,077 (Aug. 9, 1983)
  38. Process for Coating Optical Fibers, US Patent No. 4,402,993 (Sep. 6, 1983)
  39. Seed Heating Microwave Appliance, US Patent No. 4,435,628 (Mar. 6, 1984)
  40. Cook-by-Weight Microwave Oven, US Patent No. 4,441,002 (Apr. 3, 1984)
  41. Apparatus for Coating Optical Fibers, US Patent No. 4,530,750 (Jul. 23, 1985)
  42. Electric Oven with Improved Broiler, US Patent No. 4,629,865 (Dec. 16, 1986)
  43. Apparatus And Method For Ligating A Body Vessel, US Patent No. 4,686,983 (Aug. 22, 1987)
  44. Light Enhancing Means for Microwave Utensils, US Patent No. 4,795,873 (Jan. 3, 1989)
  45. Puzzle, US Patent No. D300,334 (March 21, 1989)
  46. Method and Apparatus for Increasing Catalytic Efficiency of Electrodes, US Patent No. 4,968,395 (Nov. 6, 1990)
  47. Delta Singlet Oxygen Continuous Reactor, US Patent No. 4,975,265 (Dec. 4, 1990)
  48. System and Method for Preventing Closure of Passageways, US Patent No. 4,978,323 (Dec. 18, 1990)
  49. Temporal and Spatial Control of Field Topologies in Solenoids, US Patent No. 4,996,508 (Feb. 26, 1991)
  50. Electronic Modulation of Magnetic Fields, US Patent No. 5,010,311 (Apr. 23, 1991)
  51. Diamagnetic Colloid Pumps, US Patent No. 5,026,681 (Jun. 25, 1991)
  52. Shelf Track Lighting, US Patent No. 5,034,861 (Jul. 23, 1991)
  53. Switchable Superconducting Mirrors, US Patent No. 5,036,042 (Jul. 30, 1991)
  54. Apparatus For Continuous Manufacture of High Temperature Superconducting Wires from Molten Superconducting Oxides, US Patent No. 5,047,386 (Sep. 10, 1991)
  55. Diamagnetic Colloids Based Seals, US Patent No. 5,047,392 (Sep. 10, 1991)
  56. Method of Making a Josephson Junction with a Diamond-like Carbon Insulating Barrier, US Patent No. 5,064,809 (Nov. 12, 1991)
  57. Disposable Microwave Package Having Absorber Bonded to Mesh, US Patent No. 5,075,526 (Dec. 24, 1991)
  58. Magnetic Fields Concentrators and Diffusers, US Patent No. 5,079,533 (Jan. 7, 1992)
  59. Switchable Superconducting Elements and Pixel Arrays, US Patent No. 5,087,610 (Feb. 11, 1992)
  60. Magnetic Heat Pumps Using the Inverse Magnetocaloric Effect, US Patent No. 5,091,361 (Feb. 25, 1992)
  61. Heat-retaining Food Service Container, US Patent No. 5,125,391 (Jun. 30, 1992)
  62. Refrigerator Water Filter, US Patent No. 5,135,645 (Aug. 4, 1992)
  63. Ultrasonic Freeze Ablation Catheters and Probes, US Patent No. 5,139,496 (Aug. 18, 1992)
  64. Method of Making a Josephson Junction, US Patent No. 5,171,732 (Dec. 15, 1992)
  65. System for Preventing Closure of Passageways, US Patent No. 5,176,618 (Jan. 5, 1993)
  66. Controlled Light Extraction from Light Guides and Fibers, US Patent No. 5,222,795 (Jun. 29, 1993)
  67. Modulation of Magnetic Fields Formed by Solenoids, US Patent No. 5,227,756 (Jul. 13, 1993)
  68. Pharmaceutical Capsule and Method Making, US Patent No. 5,228,573 (Jul. 20, 1993)
  69. Cylindrical Thermoelectric Cells, US Patent No. 5,228,923 (Jul. 20, 1993)
  70. Thermoelectric Device With Recuperative Heat Exchangers, US Patent No. 5,232,516 (Aug. 3, 1993)
  71. Delta Singlet Oxygen Continuous Reactor, US Patent No. 5,246,673 (Sep. 21, 1993)
  72. Lightweight Low Loss Refractive Light Diffusion System, US Patent No. 5,247,390 (Sep. 21, 1993)
  73. Superconducting Integrating Spheres, US Patent No. 5,258,363 (Nov. 2, 1993)
  74. High Critical Temperature Superconducting Wire With Radially Grown Crystallites, US Patent No. 5,270,296 (Dec. 14, 1993)
  75. Generic Endoscopic Instrument, US Patent No. 5,275,608 (Jan. 4, 1994)
  76. Method and Apparatus for Removing Radon Decay Products from Air, US Patent No. 5,277,703 (Jan. 11, 1994)
  77. Catheter for Ice Mapping and Ablation, US Patent No. 5,281,213 (Jan. 25, 1994)
  78. Non Specular Reflector With Diffusely Reflecting Superconductor and Protection Coating, US Patent No. 5,300,487 (Apr. 5, 1994)
  79. Luminaire, US Patent No. 5,301,090 (Apr. 5, 1994)
  80. Controlled Light Extraction from Light Guides and Fibers, AU-3733493 (Aug. 29, 1994)
  81. Ophthalmic Device, US Patent No. 5,414,476 (May 9, 1995)
  82. Method and Apparatus for Increasing Catalytic Efficiency, US Patent No. 5,501,846 (Mar. 26, 1996)
  83. Optical Microprobes and Methods for Spectral Analysis of Materials, WO97-05473 (Feb. 13, 1997)
  84. Method and Apparatus for Increasing Charging and Discharging Efficiency in Batteries, US Patent No. 5,614,332 (Mar. 25, 1997)
  85. Spectral Volume Microprobe Analysis of Materials, US Patent No. 5,713,364 (Feb. 3, 1998)
  86. High Efficiency Compound Parabolic Concentrators and Optical Fiber Powered Spot Luminaire, US Patent No. 5,727,108 (Mar. 10, 1998)
  87. Spatially Resolved Optical Measurements, WO98-30889 (Jul. 16, 1998)
  88. Spectral Volume Microprobe for Analysis of Materials, US Patent No. 5,813,987 (Sep. 29, 1998)
  89. Remote Illumination and Light Apportionment in Appliances, US Patent No. 5,836,669 (Nov. 17, 1998)
  90. Method and Apparatus for Providing Secure Time Stamps for Documents and Computer Files, WO98-54634 (Dec. 3, 1998)
  91. Method and Apparatus for Optically Enhancing Chemical Reactions, WO99-39132 (Aug. 5, 1999)
  92. Hand Dryer, WO99-53250 (Oct. 21, 1999)
  93. Cryogenic Catheter, Canadian Patent No. 2,118,011 (Feb. 8, 2000)
  94. Hand Dryer, US Patent No. 6,038,786 (Mar. 21, 2000)
  95. Method and Apparatus for Enhancing Chemical Reactions, US Patent No. 6,043,294 (Mar. 28, 2000)
  96. Spectral Volume Microprobe Arrays, WO00-41615 (Jul. 20, 2000)
  97. Spectral Volume Microprobe Array, US Patent No. 6,104,945 (Aug. 14, 2000)
  98. Method and Apparatus for Providing Secure Time Stamps for Documents and Computer Files, U.S. Patent No. 6,209,090 (Mar. 27, 2001)
  99. Warning System and Method for Detection of Tornadoes, U.S. Patent No. 6,232,882 (May 15, 2001)
  100. Apparatus for Optically Enhancing Chemical Reactions, U.S. Patent No. 6,238,078 (May 29, 2001)
  101. Emergency light device, U.S. Patent No. 6,336,729 (Jan. 8, 2002)
  102. Self Dosing Skin Preparation, U.S. Patent No. 6,348,218 (Feb. 19, 2002)
  103. Spectral Volume Microprobe Arrays, U.S. Patent No. 6,411,835 (Jun. 25, 2002)
  104. Electronically-controlled shower system, U.S. Patent No. 6,438,770 (Aug. 27, 2002)
  105. Spectral volume microprobe arrays, U.S. Patent No. 6,826,422 (November 30, 2004)
  106. Optical probe accessory device for use in vivo diagnostic procedures, U.S. Patent No. 6,847,490 (Jan. 25, 2005)
  107. Methods of monitoring effects of chemical agents on a sample, U.S. Patent No. 6,902,935 (Jun. 7, 2005)
  108. Disposable and biodegradable paper cup, U.S. Patent No. 6,926,197 Aug. 9, 2005)
  109. Methods of diagnosing disease, U.S. Published Patent Application No. 20020007122
  110. Wireless communicating credit card, U.S. Published Patent Application No. 20020116330
  111. Methods of monitoring effects of chemical agents on a sample, U.S. Published Patent Application No. 20020127735
  112. Methods of monitoring effects of chemical agents on a sample, U.S. Published Patent Application No. 20020197728
  113. Methods of diagnosing disease, U.S. Published Patent Application No. 20030207250
  114. Method of air-miles attrition in conjunction with in-flight gaming, U.S. Published Patent Application No. 20040143494
  115. Spectral volume microprobe arrays, U.S. Published Patent Application No. 20040186382
  116. Dryer, U.S. Published Patent Application No. 20060000110
  117. Method & Apparatus for hand drying, U.S. Patent No. 7,039,301 (May 2, 2006)
  118. Attrition of affinity points, U.S. Published Patent Application No. 20060242021
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