WO/2015/194929 PLANT CULTIVATING CONTAINER||WO||23.12.2015|
||PCT/MY2014/000185||AUASIA AGROTECH SDN. BHD. ||AU, Chen Hsiung |
A plant cultivating container comprising a hollow cell (10) for holding a growing medium and a plant. The cell has side walls (11), a base (20) and an open top (12). Air vents (30) are disposed on the side walls of the container. The base is vertically-movable base with guide tabs (21) which are extendable though an air vent. When the vertically-movable base is pushed upwards to eject the cultivated plant, the vertical movement is guided by engagement of the tabs within the air vents resulting in uniform support at all sides of the base. This enables the removal of the growing medium and the plant cultivated within it, in a substantially compact unit resulting in minimized root damage and transplant shock to the cultivated plant. The air vents of the plant cultivating container further comprises retaining flaps (31) to aid in the pruning of the roots.
WO/2015/191113 AUDIO-VISUAL SYSTEM FOR MULTI-COMPARTMENT TRAVELING||WO||17.12.2015|
||PCT/US2015/011595||QUE PRODUCTS, LLC ||ESSES, Seymour |
Methods and products for activating a backpack audio-visual system are generally described. In an example, a module in the backpack may detect a presence of a device in a first compartment that may be defined by a first set of walls. In response to the detection, the module may determine a status of a first speaker and a second speaker. The first and second speakers may be inside of a second compartment and a third compartment, respectively. The second and third compartments may be defined by a second and a third set of walls, respectively. Based on the presence of the device in the first compartment and the status of the first and second speakers, the module may establish a wireless communication link between the device and the first and second speakers. The backpack audio-visual system may be activated in response to the establishment of the wireless communication link.
WO/2015/171007 SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR USING A REPUTATION INDICATOR TO FACILITATE MALWARE SCANNING||WO||12.11.2015|
||PCT/RO2014/000028||BITDEFENDER IPR MANAGEMENT LTD ||MIRCESCU, Daniel-Alexandru |
Described systems and methods allow protecting a computer system from malware, such as viruses, Trojans, and spyware. A reputation manager executes in conjunction with an anti- malware engine. The reputation manager determines a reputation of a target process executing on the computer system according to a reputation of a set of executable modules, such as shared libraries, loaded by the target process. The anti-malware engine may be configured to employ a process-specific protocol to scan the target process for malware, the protocol selected according to process reputation. Processes trusted to be non-malicious may thus be scanned using a more relaxed protocol than unknown or untrusted processes. The reputation of executable modules may be static; an indicator of module reputation may be stored and/or retrieved by a remote reputation server. Process reputation may be dynamically changeable, i.e. re-computed repeatedly by the reputation manager in response to process life-cycle and/or security events.
WO/2015/152747 PAGE FAULT INJECTION IN VIRTUAL MACHINES TO CAUSE MAPPING OF SWAPPED-OUT MEMORY PAGES INTO VM] VIRTU ALIZED MEMORY||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/RO2014/000018||BITDEFENDER IPR MANAGEMENT LTD ||LUŢAS, Andrei-Vlad |
Described systems and methods allow protecting a host system from malware using virtualization technology. In some embodiments, a memory introspection engine operates below a virtual machine (VM) executing on the host system. The engine is configured to analyze the content of a virtual memory page used by software executing within the VM, and/or to protect the respective content from unauthorized modification, for instance by malware. When the respective content is swapped out of memory, the memory introspection engine injects a page fault into the respective VM, to force a swap-in of the respective content.
WO/2015/152748 PROCESS EVALUATION FOR MALWARE DETECTION IN VIRTUAL MACHINES||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/RO2014/000019||BITDEFENDER IPR MANAGEMENT LTD ||LUKACS, Sandor |
Described systems and methods allow protecting a computer system from malware, such as viruses and rootkits. An anti-malware component executes within a virtual machine (VM) exposed by a hypervisor executing on the computer system. A memory introspection engine executes outside the virtual machine, at the processor privilege level of the hypervisor, and protects a process executing within the virtual machine by write-protecting a memory page of the respective process. By combining anti-malware components executing inside and outside the respective VM, some embodiments of the present invention may use the abundance of behavioral data that inside- VM components have access to, while protecting the integrity of such components from outside the respective VM.
WO/2015/148653 SYSTEM, METHOD AND KIT REGARDING APPLICATION A METAL EDGE TO A SURFACE||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/US2015/022469||DE GIULIO DESIGNS, LLC ||DE GIULIO, Michael|
A surface that includes a three-dimensional surface, wherein a notch is present in said three-dimensional surface. The surface further includes a metal edge inserted into the notch and attached to the three-dimensional surface.
WO/2015/145457 A READY TO USE BIODEGRADABLE AND BIOCOMPATIBLE DEVICE AND A METHOD OF PREPARATION THEREOF||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/IN2014/000536||DATT MEDIPRODUCTS LIMITED ||DATT, RAJAN |
The invention provides a ready to use biodegradable and biocompatible device and a method for manufacturing thereof. The device of present invention is a novel porous scaffold which can be used as carrier of plurality of therapeutics to quickly stop bleeding and other biomaterial and biomedical application. The scaffold can be directly applied to the spot of the wound and will stop bleeding within no time. The scaffold of the present invention comprises of combined application of air dry and freeze dry method. The scaffold also comprises of excellent ventilations properties and easy removal of the scaffold without causing any extra hemorrhage to the wound.
WO/2015/140783 A DETECTING SYSTEM FOR A STRING INSTRUMENT||WO||24.09.2015|
||PCT/IL2015/050244||O.M.B. GUITARS LTD. ||MIZRAHI, Shimon|
A detection system is provided for detecting a musical note played on a string instrument having a fretboard provided with a plurality of conductive frets and conductive strings. The system includes at least one conductor coupled to each of the frets; an inverter having a first terminal coupled to the conductor and a second terminal coupled to the conductive string, the inverter being configured to logically invert a signal transmitted therethrough, such that when the conductive string is pressed against one of the frets allowing thereby for a signal to be transmitted therethrough, the signal is sequentially inverted between two logical states at a frequency being dependent on the distance between the inverter and the fret; a frequency detector configured to measure the frequency; and a controller configured for determining the location of the fret along the fretboard in accordance with the frequency, and to thereby detect the musical note.
WO/2015/142314 COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR IMMUNOTHERAPY||WO||24.09.2015|
||PCT/US2014/030671||MEMORIAL SLOAN-KETTERING CANCER CENTER ||FEDOROV, Victor D. |
The present invention provides immunoresponsive cells, including T cells, cytotoxic T cells, regulatory T cells, and Natural Killer (NK) cells, expressing an antigen recognizing receptor and an inhibitory chimeric antigen receptor (iCAR). Methods of using the immunoresponsive cell include those for the treatment of neoplasia and other pathologies where an increase in an antigen-specific immune response is desired.
WO/2015/124614 COVALENTLY CLOSED NON-CODING IMMUNOMODULATORY DNA CONSTRUCT||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/EP2015/053396||MOLOGEN AG ||KLEUSS, Christiane|
The present invention relates to a covalently closed DNA construct, a pharmaceutical composition and a vaccine and their use for the modulation of the immune system. It provides a DNA construct for immunomodulation comprising a specific DNA sequence.