Utah inventors received 14 patents from the United States Patent Office. Copies of patents are available by number for $3 from Box 9, Patent and Trademark Office, Washington D.C. 20231. Abstracts and classifications are available at the Marriott Library, University of Utah.

- Kenneth J. Anderson and Greg Anderson, both of Lindon. A foot mounted apparatus for measuring one or more locomotive performance parameters of a person. Filed Jan. 6, 1995. Patent 5,720,200.- Randy J. Walk, Tooele. A limb mounting system for archery bows provides pockets that receive and restrain the bottom, sides and top of received limbs. Assigned to Hoyt USA, Salt Lake City. Filed Feb. 2, 1996. Patent 5,720,267.

- Stanford A Graham, Layton. An educational toy puzzle set having interconnecting puzzle pieces shaped as the outline of an animal, plant or toy. Filed May 1, 1996. Patent 5,720,481.

- Craig R. Harrison, St. George. A universal bike seat and exer-cycle seat cushion that is placed on top of conventional bike seats. Filed Aug. 30, 1996. Patent 5,720,518.

- James O. Henrie, St. George. Water control and diversion headgate and method of manufacture. Filed Nov. 20, 1995. Patent 5,720,575.

- Steven R. Benson, Murray. Torque responsive actuation device for a belt drive system as in snowmobiles. Filed March 18, 1996. Patent 5,710,681.

- William T. Dalebout, North Logan, and Mark LeBeau, Logan. A no-impact striding exercise machine. Assigned to ICON Health & Fitness Inc., Logan. Filed May 30, 1996. Patent 5,720,698.

- Chris Dumas, Escondido, Calif., and Sean Winterer, Sandy. Method for monitoring viscosity and occlusions in an enteral feeding pump delivery. Assigned to Zevex Inc., Murray. Filed May 3, 1996. Patent 5,720,721.

- Gary E. Alexander, Baton Rouge, La., and Thomas Wade Fallin, Hyde Park. A safety syringe. Assigned to Medisys Technologies Inc., Baton Rouge, La. Filed Oct. 8, 1996. Patent 5,720,727.

- Dixon A. Ford, Farmington. Teardrop shaped pressurizing apparatus. Assigned to Mallinckrodt Medical Inc., St. Louis, Mo. Filed March 25, 1996. Patent 5,720,728.

- Lynn W. Cook, Fruit Heights; Michael J. Graham, Tooele; Brad K. Hansen and Marty L. Stout, both of Salt Lake City; Jeremy G. Scott, West Bountiful. Retractable sediment collecting device for covered basins. Assigned to Baker Hughes Inc., Houston, Texas. Filed April 15, 1996. Patent 5,720,891.

- Mark L. Enders, North Ogden. Electrically conductive thermoplastic coupler for fusing a horn switch backing plate to an air-bag module cover. Assigned to Morton International Inc., Chicago. Filed June 5, 1996. Patent 5,721,409.

- Denton M. Bramwell, Layton. Apparatus and method for electrical system measurements including battery condition, resistance of wires and connections, and current flow. Assigned to Madill Technologies Inc., Rockford, Mich. Filed Sept. 6, 1996. Patent 5,721,688.

- Todd C. Lawson, Lindon; Warren D. Cave, Orem; Dean L. Schmidt, Lindon. System and method for global event notification and delivery in a distributed computing environment. Assigned to NetVision Inc., Orem. Filed Oct. 3, 1996. Patent 5,721,825.