Fri[eth]rik is an entrepreneurial investor in pharmaceutical industry and a founder of Invent
Farma and Omega Farma.
Dating back to Florence Nightingale, nurses have invented
processes, equipment, and methods to improve patient care and the practice of nursing.
Learnt to code from internet and invented
a new alcohol detector which restricts the vehicle engine to start if the driver has consumed more than 30 per cent of alcohol."
Like all PulseForge tools, the user-defined digital settings on the PulseForge Invent
are directly convertible to settings on the PulseForge Industrial tools in seconds.
In the last decades of the nineteenth century, they invented
bicycle skirts and bicycle seats.
Stephan Walz, Global CEO of Invent
Farma and neuraxpharm commented on the news: "We welcome Daniel and we wish him great success in the deployment of his functions, which will be an important contribution to the further expansion of the Group."
On September 16, 2011, United States President Barack Obama signed into effect the Leahy-Smith America Invents
Ventures is a venture fund that builds and invests in transformative technology businesses.
"If you work for a major corporation and invent
something, the corporation files the patent.
Getting burrs stuck to his trousers gave George de Mestral the inspiration to invent
The Ganong family is famous for its Delecto brand of chocolate, which propelled the company into being a leading candy maker: here's a history of the family business and its specialties, surveying the two Canadians who opened a grocery store and set out to invent
their own trademark brands of chocolates, turning their family venture into a world-wide company.
"The best way to predict the future is to invent
it," he has said, and his vita shows he meant it.
His insight into why Borges took a dramatic leap from a dilettante writer to a fully mature one is rendered succinctly in language that could summarize Borges's works: "From now on, he decided, he would invent
his own history, making use of esoteric fragments from what he had read.
as a last resort," prolific inventor Dean Kamen told a meeting of the Licensing Foundation in Washington, D.C., in March.