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IPSCIO Report Record List
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IPSCIO Record ID: 29125
IPSCIO Record ID: 28562
Licensor wishes to grant an exclusive license to Licensee and assign all right, title and interest in any domestic and foreign patents granted at a future date for this technology, subject to certain terms and conditions.
IPSCIO Record ID: 25870
The Licensee is largely owned and controlled by a member of our board of directors. The exclusive License is limited to North America and covers the electric vehicle market, excluding automobiles.
Licensed Products or Designs means a battery charging system for battery operated vehicles, excluding automobiles and any and all Technology or Processes, which fall within the Licensed Field and which are covered by, marked or are produced using a process or method covered by a claim of a Patent(s) and Improvements, Patents Applied For, Proprietary Information, Trade Secrets, Technical and Scientific information and Know-How of Licensor for purposes of commercially using the Licensed Technology.
IPSCIO Record ID: 26599
IPSCIO Record ID: 29317
â€œPatent Pendingâ€) means the patent application number 2,357,766 filed with the Canada Intellectual Property Office by John Salamon on September 4, 2001 and entitled â€œElectric Motor Generator (Box) Device for Electric Powerâ€ for protection of the design of the Products.
2,357,766: An electric motor generator (Box) device for internal and external electrical applications.
The device is expected to be able to provide electrical power needs of homes, offices, etc., on a small scale. The source of electric energy comes from the motor generator that is expected to re-charge itself, the (Box) device.
IPSCIO Record ID: 5667
It is understood that the Agreement Field does not include other Inventions that Amendola owns or otherwise controls that are not electrochemical in nature.
It is further understood that this Agreement incorporates and supercedes all other agreements signed by Amendola and any other third party with respect to the Invention, the Patents and the Agreement Field.
IPSCIO Record ID: 27829
The invention enables batteries in small electronic appliances to be charged and deliver power more effectively. The patents are for the solar powered cell phone and iPod chargers.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28757
The Licensor agreed to grant to Licensee the exclusive license to use and sub-license the Technology and the Licensor Marks for the manufacture, marketing, distribution and sale of Products throughout the Territory, and, a patent application having been made, the parties desire to formalize that agreement.
Licensor Marks means all trademarks, service marks, logos, insignias, seals, designs and other symbols/devices created or developed by or on behalf of Licensor, now or in the future, with respect to the Invention and/or Technology.
Products means any and all products which may be manufactured, produced or otherwise derived, or are capable of being manufactured, produced or otherwise derived, using the Invention and/or all or some of the Technology, now or in the future.
Invention means the invention which is the subject of the United States provisional patent application entitled 'Sequential Pulse Method for Fast Battery Charging', filed July 19, 1999 on behalf of Licensor.
IPSCIO Record ID: 26008
The rights in Licensed Technology granted by Licensor to Licensee include the right to grant sublicenses as Licensee deems prudent.
Licensor hereby assigns to Licensee any and all of Licensorâ€™s right, title, and interest in and to the mark SUNCONE (the 'Trademark').
Licensor has invented certain technology which may be able to economically collect solar energy using a novel method of non-imaging optics. Among other uses, this technology may be able to be used to produce steam to drive a generator to produce electrical power or to produce desalinated water from seawater or brackish water.
'Licensed Commodity Product' shall mean generated electrical power or desalinated water or other pumped liquids that are generated or purified, as applicable, using any product or device which, or the manufacture, use or sale of which, is covered by a Valid Claim of the Patent Rights. For purposes of clarity, Licensed Commodity Products are a subset of Licensed Products.
'Licensed Product' means any product or device which, or the manufacture, use, or sale of which, is covered by a Valid Claim of the Patent Rights, including but not limited to Licensed Commodity Products. A solar collector that resembles the invention described in Article 1.2 but does not have a flexible film cone reflector does not fit this definition of 'Licensed Product.' If a cable tracking system defined in the patent application of Article 1.2 is used to point an array of solar collectors, then the cable tracking system part of the system may be a 'Licensed Product' if it is covered by a Valid Claim of the Patent Rights.
These applications are (a) Provisional U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 60/648,865, filed February 1, 2005, and (b) nonprovisional patent applications in the U.S. and abroad claiming priority to that provisional patent application, namely, (b.i) Nonprovisional U.S. Patent Application Serial No. 11/341,628, titled 'Concentrating Solar Power' and filed at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on January 27, 2006, (b.ii) International Patent Application No. PCT/US06/03071, titled 'Concentrating Solar Power' and filed at the USPTOâ€™s Receiving Office pursuant to the Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) on January 27, 2006, and (b.iii) Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Patent Application No. GCC/P/2006/5739, titled 'Concentrating Solar Power' and filed at the GCC Patent Office in the Middle East on January 31, 2006. These applications (a), (b.i), (b.ii), and (b.iii) are hereinafter referred to as the 'Patent Applications'.
IPSCIO Record ID: 27318
IPSCIO Record ID: 27150
Patent Rights relating Case No. 7960, Glass Compositions for Anode Materials in Rechargeable Lithium Batteries; Case No. 7959, Solid Polymer Electrolyte Lithium Battery and Process of Manufacture; Case No. 7799, Mixed Ionic-Electronic Conducting Binder for Lithium Battery Electrodes; Case No. 7124, High Voltage Cathode Materials For Li Batteries (U.S. Patent Application filed 10/10/97 based on Provisional Patent Applications 60/028278 filed 10/11/96 and 60/053876 filed 7/28/97); Case No. 7054, Block Copolymer Electrolytes for Lithium Solid (U.S. Patent Application No. filed 10/10/97 based on Provisional Patent Application 60/028,341 filed 10/11/96) and Case No. 6774, Cathodes For Lithium Solid Polymer Electrolyte Batteries (U.S. Patent Application No. filed 10/10/97 based on Provisional Patent Application 60/08,342 filed 10/11/96).
IPSCIO Record ID: 6234
IPSCIO Record ID: 7067
1. Electroluminescence Power Cell (for Lap-Top Computer)
2. Solenoid Pump
3. Solar Powered Fishing Tackle Box
4. Flasher Beacon
5. Electroluminescence Power Cell (for Portable T.V.)
6. Rapid-Hot Water Heater (120 volt)
7. Rapid-Hot Water Heater (12 volt)
8. Hydraulic Solenoid Solar-Powered Pump
9. Solar Powered Camping Lights
10. Solar Powered Survival Lantern With ELT
11. Solar Powered Lantern With Flashing Strobe
12. Solar Powered Barricade Light
13. Turbine Generator
14. Hydrogen Powered Generator System
15. Speedy Sputter with Solenoid Drive
16. Solenoid Pump for Diesel Motors
17. Flexible Socket Extension
18. Spring Loaded Magnetic Socket-wrench
All right, title and interest of the Company in and to that certain products referred to as the Inventions, together with all trademarks, patents, and all powers and privileges relating thereto, and any and all modifications, improvements, enhancements, variations, and alterations relating thereto. It is intended that this Agreement will cover all succeeding generations of this product. Licensee shall reserve the right to change the name or use it as they deem necessary.
All right title and interest of the Company in all existing and future marketing rights, lists of customers, accounts and sales leads, manufacturing processes, drawings, and expertise involved in connection with said Inventions.
Company owns certain technology, patents and intellectual property related to the development of small electricity generation devices to be incorporated into existing portable electronic devices including portable laptop computers, handheld devices, cellular phones, and other electronic devices.
IPSCIO Record ID: 4043
IPSCIO Record ID: 3637
The technological development of a nanowire battery technology (detailed in patent application titled 'Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery Based on Nanostructures' [application # to be assigned by the US government patent office] and certain other patent applications to be filed) conducted by Dr. Choi, and all patents, intellectual property and additional developments resulting directly from this work, constitutes the Proprietary Rights under this Agreement.
Unlike conventional nickel metal hydride (NiMH) and silver zinc batteries, our lithium metal oxide nanowire-based lithium ion battery will have unlimited activated lifetime prior to launch and high reliability. Lithium metal oxides nanowires (e.g. LiCoO2 and LiNi1-XCoXO2) will be fabricated using electrochemical processing. Electrochemical fabrication of nanowires using anodized alumina nano-membranes as template materials is a very cost effective process that lends itself to manufacturability. The dimension of nanowires including the diameter and the length of nanowires can be precisely controlled and the structure of nanowires can be optimized to increase the capacities, with charge/discharge rates greater than 100 times that of conventional electrodes. Our fabrication processes also eliminate the need of a binder by fabricating the nanowires directly on top of the current collectors.
Assignor assigned all rights, title and interest in and to a patent application (serial number 11/089781, filed on March 25, 2005) for a battery technology developed by Dr. Sung H. Choi, our Technical Advisor. This patent application, entitled Lithium Ion Rechargeable Battery Based on Nanostructures, was assigned to us by Dr. Choi in consideration for the issuance to him of an aggregate of 2,000,000 shares of our common stock plus an annual royalty of five percent of net sales of the products resulting from the technology. We have certain minimum annual royalty payments to Dr. Choi pursuant to the Technology and Patent Assignment.
IPSCIO Record ID: 5128
'Licensed Trademark 'Eletion(TM), Magnetion(TM) or ElectroMagnetion(TM) Technology or other word and/or design, used with or without any other word and/or design, in or as a brand name for Licensed Products or Licensed Services or Licensed Systems.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28133
Assignor is listed as owner of German Trademark Registration No. 2,061,981 for IQ and Design (the 'Trademark').
The Licensee intends to market the iQ Battery to automakers in order to stimulate demand for the iQ Technology.
IPSCIO Record ID: 27033
1. Materials for Use as Cathodes in Lithium Ion Cells. Isobel J. Davidson,Roderick S. McMillan and John J. Murray. Assigned to NRC. Filed July 9,
1993; Issued 6 December, 1994. US Patent #5,370,949. Canadian patent application #2,163,265.
2. Method of Forming a Stable Form of LiMnO2 as Cathode in Lithium Cell. Isobel J. Davidson, Roderick S. McMillan and John J. Murray. Filed April 26, 1995; Issued April 9,1996. US Patent #5,506,078. Canadian patent application #2,163,182.
3. Electrolyte for a Secondary Cell. Zhi X. Shu, Roderick S. McMillan and John J. Murray. Assigned to NRC. Filed April 15, 1994; Issued June 25, 1996. US Patent #5,529,859.
4. Electrolyte for a Secondary Cell. Zhi X. Shu, Roderick S. McMillan and John J. Murray. Assigned to NRC. Filed October 6, 1995; Issued November 5, 1996. US Patent #5,571,635.
5. Method of Forming a Stable Form of LiMnO2 as Cathode in Lithium Cell. Isobel J. Davidson, Roderick S. McMillan and John J. Murray. Filed
April 26, 1995; U.S. patent application #08/429,001. One limited usage claim allowed and will issue in about 3 months. CIP action in progress for broader usage claims.
IPSCIO Record ID: 28838
The Canadian Licensee will become a manufacturer and distributor of chargers utilizing the Technology throughout Canada and the United States and other geographical locations at our sole discretion.
IPSCIO Record ID: 1600