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Sherm Poppen, a Dad Who Fathered the Snowboard, Dies at 89

By Richard Sandomir

He was trying to entertain his daughters on a snowy Christmas Day in Michigan when he invented his Snurfer, a prototype of the modern snowboard.

Someday, an Arm Implant May Prevent H.I.V. Infection for a Year

By Donald G. McNeil Jr.

In preliminary tests, a matchstick-size rod containing a new drug offered promise as a shield against the virus. But a large clinical trial must still be done.

Someday, an Arm Implant May Prevent H.I.V. Infection for a Year

By Donald G. McNeil Jr.

In preliminary tests, a matchstick-size rod containing a new drug offered promise as a shield against the virus. But a large clinical trial must still be done.

Someday, an Arm Implant May Prevent H.I.V. Infection for a Year

By Donald G. McNeil Jr.

In preliminary tests, a matchstick-size rod containing a new drug offered promise as a shield against the virus. But a large clinical trial must still be done.

Andrew Dibner, Medical Alert Pioneer, Is Dead at 93

By Richard Sandomir

Concerned about what happens when people fall and can’t reach a telephone to call an ambulance, Mr. Dibner, a psychologist, developed a system to help.

Andrew Dibner, Medical Alert Pioneer, Is Dead at 93

By Richard Sandomir

Concerned about what happens when people fall and can’t reach a telephone to call an ambulance, Mr. Dibner, a psychologist, developed a system to help.

Huawei Is Said to Demand Patent Fees From Verizon

By Paul Mozur and Edmund Lee

The demand, which could amount to a billion dollars, represents a new wrinkle in the tensions between the Trump administration and China.

Dr. Patricia Bath, 76, Who Took On Blindness and Earned a Patent, Dies

By Neil Genzlinger

An ophthalmologist, she was the first black woman doctor to patent a medical device, one used in cataract surgery. And she promoted eye care for those in need.

Dr. Patricia Bath, 76, Who Took On Blindness and Earned a Patent, Dies

By Neil Genzlinger

An ophthalmologist, she was the first black woman doctor to patent a medical device, one used in cataract surgery. And she promoted eye care for those in need.

Qualcomm Violated Antitrust Laws, U.S. Judge Rules

By Don Clark and Michael J. de la Merced

A federal judge found that the chip-making giant charged cellphone makers “onerous” fees for the use of its patents. The company said it would appeal the ruling.

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