Teaching apparatus products, namely, science teaching and activity kits composed of magnets, printed instruction cards, drafting templates, printed puzzles, printed flash cards, printed charts and study guides, all in the field of elementary and middle school science, anatomical models, printed posters, craft paper, manipulative blocks, and also including thermometers, laboratory supplies, namely, chemicals, glass beakers, test tubes and dropp...
Providing non-downloadable educational materials, namely, videos and audio visual information for use in teaching science
On Monday, June 5, 2017, status on the SCIENCEFLEX trademark changed to NON-FINAL OFFICE ACTION ISSUED - CLARIFICATION NEEDED.
On Friday, August 12, 2016, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for
Delta Education, LLC, Nashua, NH 03063.
The USPTO has given the SCIENCEFLEX
trademark serial number of 87137182.
The current federal status of this trademark filing is NON-FINAL OFFICE ACTION ISSUED - CLARIFICATION NEEDED.
The correspondent listed for SCIENCEFLEX is
NICHOLAS A. KEES of
GODFREY & KAHN, S.C., 833 EAST MICHIGAN STREET, SUITE 1800, MILWAUKEE, WI 53202-5615
The SCIENCEFLEX trademark is filed in the category of
Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products
Paper Goods and Printed Material
Education and Entertainment Services
The description provided to the USPTO for SCIENCEFLEX
is Teaching apparatus products, namely, science teaching and activity kits composed of magnets, printed instruction cards, drafting templates, printed puzzles, printed flash cards, printed charts and study guides, all in the field of elementary and middle school science, anatomical models, printed posters, craft paper, manipulative blocks, and also including thermometers, laboratory supplies, namely, chemicals, glass beakers, test tubes and droppers, test tube racks, cork stoppers, rubber stoppers, flasks, alcohol burners, funnels, stirring rods, tubing, litmus papers, filter papers, safety goggles, cups, bowls, bottles, pitchers, containers, plates, buckets, straws, pipe cleaners, construction paper, craft sticks, toothpicks, modeling clay, sidewalk chalk, feathers, cotton balls, colored pens and pencils, paint brushes, seeds in the nature of plant seeds, shells, moss, sand, gravel, soil, bark, wood strips, pine cones, owl pellets, sponges live aquatic plants, live aquatic animals, aquariums, terrariums for animals, insects, or plants, live fish, snails, algae, daphnia, insects, insect habitats, measuring, weighing and counting devices, namely, measuring spoons, compasses, scales, graduated rulers, calculators, balances, clocks and test weights, protractors, tuning forks, xylophone, kazoos, drums, noisemakers, cymbals, bells, templates in the nature of drawing templates, toy construction blocks, puzzles, flash cards, playing cards, dominoes, balloons, balls, prisms, binoculars, magnifying glasses, microscopes, video scopes, magnifying scopes, and magnifying glasses, solar cells, light bulbs, batteries, electric motors for toys, wire, bolts, rocks and minerals, rockets, astronomy models and supplies, namely, toy wire, toy spheres, paper tubes, office glues, paper fasteners, paper, rubber bands, self-stick notes, flashlights, and anatomy models and supplies, namely, chemicals for use in teaching reactions in the body, elastic tape, pumps in the nature of aquarium pumps, weather measuring instruments in the nature of thermometers and barometers, models in the nature of solar system models for educational purposes, posters, printed charts and teaching activity guides, and also including instructions for activities with the above-identified apparatus.