Royalty Report: Scientific & Technical Instruments, Unspecified, Test/Monitoring – Collection: 26139

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 3

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 3

Primary Industries

  • Scientific & Technical Instruments
  • Unspecified
  • Test/Monitoring
  • Security

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 26139

License Grant
The University hereby grants to Company during the Term of this Agreement an exclusive license within the Territory, limited to the Field, with the right to sublicense, to make, modify, reproduce, have made, lease, use, distribute, market, promote, sell, offer for sale, license and otherwise dispose of and exploit the Products, practice the Processes, and offer the Services under the Technology, the Know-how and/or the Patents and Improvements.
License Property
“Technology” means MSU Invention Disclosure No. 05068 “Nanoporous Silicon-Based Electrochemical DNA Biosensor”.

“Patents” means any and all patent applications (including any amendments or extensions to the initial applications) filed in any country of the world by or on behalf of MSU claiming the Technology and/or any patents maturing from such patent applications. Patents and patent applications claiming the technology at the time of execution of this Agreement include, without limitation, United States provisional patent application 60/704,550 titled “Nanoporous Silicon-Based Electrochemical DNA Biosensor”, filed August 2, 2005.

Field of Use
“Field” means use of the Technology (and Know-how) limited to detection of Escherichia and Salmonella bacteria.

IPSCIO Record ID: 291127

License Grant
The Canadian University grants to Licensee the exclusive right and license in the Territory for the Field of Use to practice under the Patent Rights and Know-How, and to the extent not prohibited by other patents, to make, have made, use, maintain, execute, copy, market, lease and sell Licensed Products during the Agreement Term.
License Property
A patent application was filed for the Universal Gas Detector technology (priority claimed by United States Provisional Application 60/041,653).

Universal Gas Sensor Patent Application Filed Non-provisional United States patent application entitled A Universal Gas Sensor for the Selective Detection of Toxic Chemicals and Combustable Gases

Field of Use
The technology is intended to selectively detect any reducing gas or oxidizing gas and/or their vapors, and involves a detecting system that can be designed to use any commercially available sensor head.

The Licensee's sensors are used for detection of hydrogen, the most plentiful element on the earth. Hydrogen is one of two major elements of water, which covers over 60% of the planet.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26561

License Grant
Korean University hereby grants to Licensee during the Term of this Agreement an exclusive license within the Territory, limited to the Field, with the right to sublicense, to make, modify, reproduce, have made, lease, use, distribute, market, promote, sell, offer for sale, license and otherwise dispose of and exploit the Products, practice the Processes, and offer the Services under the Technology, the Know-how and/or the Patents.
License Property
“Technology” means LICENSOR Invention Korea Patent Application No. 2005-117687“FET xx xxx xx xx, xx xx xx x xx & amp; #160;xxx xxx xx xx”describing the improvement of increased sensitivity in detection by the effect relating with Schottky contact region and a second planned patent application which will describe the process for fabricating a single nanowire device.

The licensed technology and rights relate to the development of carbon nanotube sensor platforms that we intend to deploy in sensor devices.

Field of Use
“Field” means use of the Technology (and Know-how) limited to detection of Homeland Security and Environmental Protection Agency applications.
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