Sell, Christopher
October 2005
Engineer (00137758);10/3/2005, Vol. 293 Issue 7685, p22
Presents developments related to technological innovations of several industries in Great Britain. Announcement from IP2IPO commercialization company of an increase in the value of its technology portfolio; Developments on the case filed by transmission developer Antonov company against Toyota Corp. on patent infringement; Deal between Thales Defence company and Candover company for the sale of Thales High Tech Optics.


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