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- PATENT WATCH. Wilkes, Sally // Design Engineering;Apr2001, p4
Reports on developments in design patents from Derwent the period ended April 2001. Urban clean air corridor system; Electromagnetic car circuit destroyer; Computer impact absorber.
- N London tower scheme may be scaled down. // Contract Journal;11/5/2008, Vol. 445 Issue 6699, p43
The article reports that plans for a 150m-high tower in north London, England, could be scaled back despite developer Derwent just winning a year-long battle for planning approval. The 18,500 square meter City Road Estate scheme was given the go-ahead by Communities secretary Hazel Blears last...
- Print job separator. // Design Engineering;May2002, p4
Features a large spiral shape print job separator from Derwent Co.
- Derwent's Inktense Pencils. // American Artist: Drawing;Spring2006, Vol. 3 Issue 9, p9
The article features Inktense pencils from Derwent.
- Derwent tackles high-tech patents. // Information World Review;Dec2002, Issue 186, p18
Reports on a service released by patent specialist Derwent to track the rapid advances and growth in microelectromechanical and nanoelectromechanical systems. Projected market value of the microdevice industry; Key part of Derwent's service; Information on the Derwent Web of Software.
- Derwent has something to shout about. // Cabinet Maker;11/21/2003, Issue 5365, p7
Reports on Derwent's plans to introduce additions to its Mezzanine furniture collection at the 2004 Furniture Show.
- Seeing the light during the night. // International Fire & Security Product News;Apr2003, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p4
Reports on an initiative by Derwent Co. to offer free replacement bulbs for its UF500 and UF300 models, on retro CCTV installations, subject to conditions as of April 2003. Benefits from the low voltage bulbs.
- Derwent's New Soft Colored Pencils. // American Artist: Drawing;Spring2007, Vol. 4 Issue 13, p9
The article evaluates the Coloursoft pencil from Derwent.
- Modern movement for Derwent. // Cabinet Maker;5/2/2003, Issue 5336, p6
Reports on the launching of a radical upholstery from furnishing company Derwent in Great Britain. Design of the furniture; Aim to appeal at quality conscious customers from mid-20s to early 50s; Offer of fabric styles and color varieties.