Glenn Taylor - Patents: 1.  US 5,537,877  (6/96)  Sinterable Semi - Crystalline Powder & Near-Fully Dense Article Formed therewith.- (Now DTM/3Dsystems) 2.  US 5,342,919  (7/94)  Sinterable Semi - Crystalline Powder and Near-Fully Dense Article Formed...

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      Publication Details (including relevant citation   information): Patents: 1. US 5,537,877 (6/96) Sinterable   Semi - Crystalline Powder & Near-Fully Dense Article Formed   therewith.- (Now DTM/3Dsystems) 2. US 5,342,919 (7/94) Sinterable   Semi - Crystalline Powder and Near-Fully Dense Article Formed   therewith. 3. US 5,527,877 Sinterable semi-crystalline powder and   near-fully dense article formed therewith. 4. US 5,346,955   Polymeric web compositions having improved alkaline solubility.   5. US 5,304,329 (4/94) SLS Powder Process 6. EP 527,447 (2/93)   Polymeric Compositions and Use of Same [Diapers; Packaging uses].   [With Kimberly-Clark] 7. US 5,217,795 (6/93) Polymeric Web   Compositions having Improved Alkaline Solubility. [With   Kimberly-Clark] 8. US 4,992,484 (3/91) Alkoxylated DETDA for   polyurethane uses. 9. US 4,906,723 (5/90) Aminopolyol Stabilizers   10. US 4,743,628 (8/88) Alkoxylated Aromatic Diamine 11. US   4,727,094 Method for producing polyurethanes 12. US 4,659,772   Novel polymeric/polyols and uses thereof 13. US 4,594,366 (6/86)   Connected Blocked Branched PPG for Vinyl Polyol Stabilizers. 14.   US 4,581,470 (4/86) Novel Polyols and Their Uses - RIM. 15. US   4,524,224 (6/85) Alkylene Glycol Production. 16. US 2,034,601   (1/80) A process for Hydrolyzing Oxides to Glycols. 17. GB   2,001,401 (6/79) Hydrolysis of Alkylene Carbonate to Alkylene   Glycols 18 US 4,117,250 (7/78) Continuous process for Producing   Glycols. Publications: • Speaker: AspenWorld2000, Orlando, May   6-10, 2000 - Topic: Information Management System and Automation.   • Speaker: Davos Recycle '92' Conference, Switzerland (1991) -   Topic: BELLAND's Soluble Core Technology. • Speaker: Gordon   Research Conference on Foams (1988) - Topic: Novel Polyols for   Urethane applications. • Book: 'Porphyrins and Metalloporhyrins',   K.M.Smith, Ed. - Chapter 7: 'Metalloporhyrins with Unusual   Geometry', pp.; 279-313 (1975) Minoru Tsutsui and Glenn A. Taylor

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