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1. WOWO/2014/200358 - BEER BEVERAGE AND METHODS OF USE AND PREPARATION THEREOF18.12.2014
C12C 5/02
PCT/NZ2013/000214JIA, KuoJIA, Kuo
This invention relates to a beverage that comprises beer and one or more components of tea. The beverage of the invention is prepared in such a way that the acidity of the beer is reduced. In this way, the invention relates to a healthy beer beverage. Also related are methods of preparing the beverage of the invention, and methods of using this beverage.

2. WOWO/2014/200359 - IMPROVEMENTS IN AND RELATING TO SHOCK ABSORBING APPARATUS18.12.2014
F16F 9/02
PCT/NZ2013/000226SINGH, Kalvin, JitSINGH, Kalvin, Jit
A shock absorbing apparatus which includes: a first piston assembly; a second piston assembly; wherein the first piston assembly includes a piston and a piston rod; and wherein the second piston assembly includes a piston in the form of a cylinder, in which the first piston is housed, and a piston rod which extends from a rear wall of the cylinder; and wherein the cylinder includes a pressurised compressible fluid therein, on one side of the first piston.

3. WOWO/2014/200363 - SPHINGOGLYCOLIPID ANALOGUES18.12.2014
C07H 15/14
PCT/NZ2014/000113VICTORIA LINK LIMITEDANDERSON, Regan James
The invention relates to sphingoglycolipid analogues which are useful in treating or preventing diseases and conditions such as those relating to infection, atopic disorders, autoimmune diseases or cancer.

4. WOWO/2014/200364 - FORMWORK OF REDUCING THICKNESS DUE TO LOADING OF SLAB CAST IN-SITU18.12.2014
E04G 9/08
PCT/NZ2014/000115PARODI, FabioPARODI, Fabio
An formwork apparatus (1,5) and a method of use of the apparatus, for forming a concrete slab (17). The apparatus comprising a support element (6,7) having an active layer (10) preferably bonded on each side to a backing sheet (8,9). The layer (10) chosen to slowly compress over time when placed under a load, the rate of compression chosen such that the active layer continues to support the slab until such time as the slab becomes self-supporting (i.e. the concrete has cured/set - preferably over a period of 2 to 10 days). The backing sheet (8) has a surface which is preferably of a relatively low coefficient of friction. When two support elements (6,7) are laid one on top of the other with the surfaces (8) in contact, the upper support element (6) may slide over the lower support element (7), for example during a seismic event.

5. WOWO/2014/200365 - RUMEN BOLUS18.12.2014
A61B 5/07
PCT/NZ2014/000116KAHNE LIMITEDMALLINSON, Paul Benjamin
A rumen bolus for monitoring the physiological state of a rumen of a ruminant animal, may comprise a housing of a liquid crystal polymer material, a housing comprising an open end and a cap configured to couple to and substantially seal the open end, a pH sensing component comprising a body formed of a same material and integrally coupled with the housing, and/or a wireless transceiver having an antenna configured to provide uniform radiation about all axes of transmission/reception.

6. WOWO/2014/200360 - IMPROVEMENTS IN AND RELATING TO LOAD TRANSFER MEMBER18.12.2014
A01B 63/11
PCT/NZ2014/000109SINGH, Kalvin, JitSINGH, Kalvin, Jit
A load transfer apparatus for a towing vehicle including a load transfer member connected to a moveable tow bar via a shock absorber; wherein said load transfer member passes under a front axle of said vehicle and is connected to the front of the vehicle so as to transfer load from a towed vehicle to a point above the front axle of said vehicle.

7. WOWO/2014/200367 - HEAT DISTRIBUTION APPARATUS AND METHOD18.12.2014
F24H 3/02
PCT/NZ2014/000118HEAT RANGER LIMITEDKOLLER, Bruce George
In one aspect the invention provides a heating apparatus adapted to modify local climatic conditions which includes a base arranged to support the heating apparatus on a support surface. An inlet stage is associated with the base and a mixer stage connected on top of the inlet stage. At least one outlet nozzle is connected to the mixer stage, with the outlet nozzle or nozzles being adapted to rotate relative to the base. At least one heating element is located inside the mixer stage, and an impeller is arranged to drive air through the inlet stage into the mixer stage and out at least one outlet nozzle, where the mixer stage defines an air flow path which elevates air drawn through the mixer stage.

8. WOWO/2014/200361 - BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION KIT SET AND METHOD18.12.2014
E01D 21/00
PCT/NZ2014/000111WRIGHT, KellyWRIGHT, Kelly
In one aspect the invention provides a method of constructing a bridge used to span an obstacle which includes the initial step of locating a first set of foundation blocks on one side of an obstacle, and then locating a second set of foundation blocks on the opposite side of the obstacle. Next an array of spanning panels are connected together to form a deck, and then the first end of the deck is connected to the first set of foundation blocks and the second end of the deck is connected to the second set of foundation blocks. Once these connections are made a settable material is poured over the deck.

9. WOWO/2014/200366 - A SPLINT18.12.2014
PCT/NZ2014/000117KUMAR, PraneshKUMAR, Pranesh
A splint that facilitates moving bones into a desired orientation that substantially corresponds to the orientation of a non-fractured bone. The splint may be provided in forms suitable for use in treating different fractures, such as wrist, ankle, and the meta-carpal of the finger. The split includes locking mechanisms which hold the split in desired orientations.

10. WOWO/2014/200362 - METHOD AND COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR GENERATING OR MANIPULATING SOURCE CODE18.12.2014
G06F 9/44
PCT/NZ2014/000112SMART RESEARCH LIMITEDFERGUSON, Michael
The invention relates to a computer-implemented method of generating or manipulating source code for a software development project. The computer-implemented method includes the steps of generating a map comprising a table having a plurality of cells arranged in one or more columns and one or more rows, populating a cell in the table with an attribute from a set of attributes, wherein the cell is populated either by a user inputting an attribute or, automatically, by an attribute generated from an existing source code, wherein a rule is applied to the attribute in the cell and the application of the rule to the attribute automatically generates or manipulates source code. The invention also relates to a computer program for generating or manipulating source code for a software development project, the computer program being configured to express algorithms in tabular form and apply one or more transformations against the algorithms.


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