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Synonyms for inventor

someone who is the first to think of or make something

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He was a co-inventor of UNIX, one of the first operating systems to be written in a high-level programming language and a game changer in computer technology.
Gary Small, researcher, professor of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences, UCLA, and co-inventor of the biomarker.
Ming Liu, Chief Executive Officer & co-inventor, said, "Receiving a patent that provides a simplified, low cost, high efficient and high throughput detection method that overcomes the drawback of the prior art is so fundamentally essential to our success in the rapidly growing genotyping market, where it reinforces our path to a leadership position in the industry.
Nicholas Steigelman of Teledex, co-inventor of the device - and the company's western-region data products manager - comments: "We're quite pleased to receive this patent for our ExpressPort adapter.
Teledex CEO Ron Lesniak, also co-inventor of the device, notes: "We're proud of the market position ExpressNet has been able to achieve in a relatively short period of time.
She is the inventor or co-inventor of numerous issued patents and is prominently known for her development of Matrigel, an extracellular matrix used in research on angiogenesis, cancer, and stem cell differentiation, among other areas.
The patents awarded to each inventor Approved Drugs per Inventor The approved drugs protected by each inventor's patents Co-Inventors per Inventor The co-inventors listed on each inventor's patents Assignees per Inventor The assignees listed on each inventor's patents
Co-Inventors per Inventor: The co-inventors on each inventor's patents are shown, along with the patent number and patent title.
Paul Allaire and Eric Maslen, engineering professors at the University of Virginia, and co-inventors, explain that, "This feat can be accomplished because the HeartQuest(TM) artificial heart has a rotor suspended in a magnetic field so there are no internal touching parts.
Co-Inventors per Inventor The co-inventors on each inventor's patents are shown, along with the patent number and patent title.
Barr Laboratories had challenged Burroughs Wellcome's patents on AZT on the ground that the patents failed to list as co-inventors two scientists from the NIH.
The decision rejected the contention of the defendants that employees of the National Institutes of Health should be named as co-inventors with the Burroughs Wellcome scientists.
the two defendants in the case, had contended that the AZT patents are invalid because they did not name scientists at the NIH as co-inventors.
will determine whether scientists at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) were co-inventors of the AZT therapy.
Patents per Inventor The patents awarded to each inventor Approved Drugs per Inventor Approved Drugs per Inventor The approved drugs protected by each inventor's patents Co-Inventors per Inventor