||WO||WO/2014/200481 - MIXING NOZZLE||18.12.2014||
||PCT/US2013/045455||NESTEC S.A.||HARRISON, David J.|
The invention concerns a mixing nozzle (1) for mixing a concentrate and a diluent and dispensing the mixture comprising : - a mixing chamber comprising an input end with an inlet opening for the concentrate and a discharge opening at an output end thereof, said mixing chamber having an axial bore extending from the input end to the discharge opening, - a toroidal chamber around said mixing chamber having a diluent inlet conduit to introduce diluent in said toroidal chamber, said toroidal chamber presenting multiple openings in the internal lateral wall of the toroidal chamber for directing the diluent from said toroidal chamber concentrically about the axial bore, wherein : - the mixing chamber inlet opening is opened so that a flow of concentrate can freely be directed though the input end along the mixing chamber axial bore and collide with the diluent emerging from the multiple openings of the toroidal chamber, and - the mixing chamber section surface narrows at its output end.
||WO||WO/2014/200479 - MENIN-MLL INHIBITORS AND METHODS OF USE THEREOF||18.12.2014||
||PCT/US2013/045417||THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN||GREMBECKA, Jolanta|
The present invention relates generally to compounds that inhibit the binding of menin and MLL or MLL fusion proteins and methods of use thereof. In particular embodiments, the present invention provides compositions comprising piperdine-containing compounds and methods of use thereof to inhibit the interaction of menin with MLL oncoproteins (e.g., MLL1, MLL2, MLL-fusion oncoproteins), for example, for the treatment of leukemia, solid cancers, diabetes, and other diseases dependent on activity of MLL1, MLL2, MLL fusion proteins, MLL-PTD and/or menin.
||WO||WO/2014/200500 - PERSONAL TRANSPORTATION VEHICLE||18.12.2014||
||PCT/US2013/045759||LYRIC PTV GLOBAL||SMITH, Kevin, L.|
A personal transportation vehicle (100) that includes a foldable frame having handlebars(102), front and rear wheels (114, 122), and a platform (116) for a rider to be positioned while driving the vehicle (100). It also includes an electric motor (120), power source (118), and acceleration mechanism having an acceleration control device. The handlebars (112) of the foldable frame include a foldable stem having a lockable joint (206) for holding the handlebars (112), said lockable joint (206) having a lever (212), at least one tooth (218) for securing the lever (212) in a locked position, a hinge (210), opposing internal surfaces (208) each having a sloping riser to assure contact between the opposing internal surfaces when locked, and a grapnel (214) mechanically coupled to the lockable joint (206).
||WO||WO/2014/200453 - DYNAMIC VISUAL PROFILES||18.12.2014||
||PCT/US2013/044884||INTEL CORPORATION||BAUER, Jared|
Systems and methods may provide for identifying one or more phrases in a conversation between a first user and a second user. In addition, a first visual profile may be generated based on the one or more phrases and a real-time recommendation may be generated based on the first visual profile. In one example, generating the first visual profile includes using the one or more phrases to obtain one or more images and incorporating the one or more images into the first visual profile.
||WO||WO/2014/200471 - WHOLE GRAIN PANCAKES AND WAFFLES||18.12.2014||
||PCT/US2013/045339||GENERAL MILLS, INC.||HOMCO-RYAN, Candace|
Whole grain pancake and waffle batters may include whole grain wheat flour and one or more of whole grain brown rice flour and whole grain millet flour. Pancakes and waffles prepared from such batters may be considered as having a high nutritional density as a result of including whole grain flours.
||WO||WO/2014/200482 - FLOW BATTERY WITH MANIFOLD PASSAGE THAT VARIES IN CROSS-SECTION||18.12.2014||
||PCT/US2013/045532||UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION||DARLING, Robert Mason|
A flow battery includes a cell stack that has electrochemically active cells and manifolds that define common manifold passages in fluid communication with the electrochemically active cells. A supply/storage system is external of the cell stack and includes at least one vessel fluidly connected with respective ones of the common manifold passages. Fluid electrolytes are in the supply/storage system. At least one of the fluid electrolytes is an ionic-conductive fluid. The manifolds extend in a length direction through the cell stack. The common manifold passages include a common manifold passage P that varies in cross-section along the length direction.
||WO||WO/2014/200489 - COMPUTER-IMPLEMENTED TRAINING OF A PROCEDURE||18.12.2014||
||PCT/US2013/045588||DYANSYS, INC.||NAGESHWAR, Srini|
A computer-implemented method for training a user in a procedure includes registering a profile of the user, and receiving a selection of a training aid from a menu using a graphical user interface of the computer. The method further includes displaying the training aid on the graphical user interface of the computer. The training aid is responsive to an input from the user. The training aid accesses a storage space of the computer including a first database storing a graphical representation associated with the procedure, and a second database storing a multitude of questions and a multitude of associated answers. The storage space further includes a third database storing a multitude of symptoms and a multitude of associated solutions, and a fourth database storing a multitude of sequences associated with the procedure.
||WO||WO/2014/200508 - METHODS AND APPARATUS TO PROVIDE POWER TO DEVICES||18.12.2014||
||PCT/US2013/045861||INTEL CORPORATION||SUD, Shivani A.|
Methods, apparatus, systems and articles of manufacture to provide power to devices are disclosed. An example method includes determining an indication of visual media consumption of a display by a person; and enabling delivery of power to a device associated with the person in response to determining that the visual media consumption is associated with the person.
||WO||WO/2014/200457 - ELEVATOR NOISE MONITORING||18.12.2014||
||PCT/US2013/044959||OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY||WILKE, Michael|
A method includes receiving, from a portable recording device, multiple recordings of sounds made by an elevator during operation of the elevator, the multiple recordings generated at different times. The method includes analyzing, by a sound analysis circuit, the multiple recordings generated at the different times to detect changes in an elevator characteristic over time and generating, based on detecting the changes in the elevator characteristic over time, a notification to perform an action on the elevator.
||WO||WO/2014/200460 - GRADED STRUCTURE FILMS||18.12.2014||
||PCT/US2013/044993||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT LLC||FUJII, Yasuhisa|
Devices, films, and methods for the detection of target molecules are provided. The devices, films and methods can include sensitive films and a vibration detecting unit. The vibration detecting unit can be a convex or an inverse mesa vibration detecting unit.