Royalty Report: Textiles, Material Composite, Chemicals – Collection: 293997


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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 5


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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 5

Primary Industries

  • Textiles
  • Material Composite
  • Chemicals
  • Cannabis

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IPSCIO Record ID: 293997

License Grant
Licensor grants the French Licensee, subject to the outstanding exclusive license grants in Japan and South Africa, if any, a license under the Licensors Licensed Technology to make, use and sell the Licensed Distributed Products in the Territory.

Licensor grants Licensee the right to receive and use Licensed Technology, on a product by product basis to prepare and test manufacturing of the Licensed Distributed Product, during the period of 12 months prior to the License Grant Date.

License Property
Licensor has patents, trademarks and other intellectual property relating to the world-wide ceramic fibers business.  Ceramic fiber is a white, glassy material belonging to a class of materials known as man-made vitreous fibers, a class which also includes fiberglass and mineral wool.
Field of Use
Ceramic fiber is a white, glassy material belonging to a class of materials known as man-made vitreous fibers (a class which also includes fiberglass and mineral wool). Ceramic fiber possesses several commercially attractive performance properties including stability at very high temperatures, extremely low heat transmission and retention, light weight compared to other heat-resistant materials, chemical stability and corrosion resistance. These properties make ceramic fiber a superior insulating material in high temperature applications.

IPSCIO Record ID: 3472

License Grant
The Licensee received exclusive and non-exclusive rights from the Licensor, a University, to certain spider silk technologies including commercial rights with the right to subLicense such intellectual property.
License Property
Technology relates to producing transgenic silkworms capable of spinning artificial spider silks.
Field of Use
The agreement confirms the Licensee's exclusive right to the commercial development of spider silk textiles derived from the subject technology.

Natural spider silks have a number of unusual physical properties, including significantly higher tensile strength and elasticity than naturally spun silkworm fibers. The artificial spider silks produced in these transgenic silkworms have similar properties of strength and flexibility to native spider silk.
Silk fibers have many current and possible future biomedical applications, such as use as fine suture materials, improved wound healing bandages, or natural scaffolds for tendon and ligament repair or replacement. Spider silk-like fibers may also have applications beyond biomedical uses, such as in bulletproof vests, strong and lightweight structural fabrics, a new generation athletic clothing and improved automobile airbags.

IPSCIO Record ID: 29219

License Grant
This agreement the Licensee will have the exclusive rights to the process, to utilize the proprietary process, trade secrets, and all utilization rights associated with the pending patents and all patents issued in the agreement from family thrust of the founder .  The license is granted solely to the Licensee and is not assignable without the written approval of the Licensor which approval will not be unreasonably withheld. The license grants the right for the Licensee to sub-license the proprietary process, assuring that the sub-licensee agrees to protect the Licensor’s patent and trade secrets.
License Property
Technology refers to fiberglass reclamation manufacturing and production of fiberglass leisure products from virgin material.

IPSCIO Record ID: 6882

License Grant
A Canadian company, shall be entitled to an option for an exclusive, worldwide, royalty-bearing license to use the New Intellectual Property developed pursuant to such Project Agreement wilth the Licensor, a Canadian government organization.
License Property
Technology refer to patentable process for extracting and clearing hemp core fiber, converting it into a proprietary, soft, white fiber.  Crailar is a patentable  biotechnology enzyme process that transforms organic bast fibers, such as hemp, bamboo, flax and others, into strong and soft apparel quality fiber.

Bast fibre or skin fibre is plant fibre collected from the phloem (the 'inner bark' or the skin) or bast surrounding the stem of certain, mainly dicotyledonous, plants. They support the conductive cells of the phloem and provide strength to the stem. Most of the technically important bast fibres are obtained from herbs cultivated in agriculture, as for instance flax, hemp, or ramie, but also bast fibres from wild plants, as stinging nettle, and trees such as lime, have been used to some extent.  

Often bast fibres have higher tensile strength than other kinds, and are used in high-quality textiles (sometimes in blends with cotton or synthetic fibres), ropes, yarn, paper, composite materials and burlap. A special property of bast fibres is that they contain a special structure, the fibre node, that represents a weak point. Seed hairs, such as cotton, do not have nodes.

Field of Use
CFT Field of Use shall be restricted to bast fiber crops a raw material; the territory shall be worldwide. ARC and CFT wish to collaborate initially on the development of technology related to the Crailar Series Fiber. CFT has been conducting development work with the National Research Council on the Crailar bast fiber enzymatic processes to facilitate the commercialization of bast fibers for fabric, composite and potentially medical use (the Crailar Series Fiber).

IPSCIO Record ID: 529

License Grant
The Licensor hereby grants to an exclusive license, with the right to grant sublicenses, in Weyerhaeuser Territory and a non-exclusive license in Non-Exclusive Territory to utilize Licensed Technology to manufacture, have manufactured, use and sell Infant Diapers.
License Property
'Licensed Technology' shall mean all information relating to the processes, materials, equipment, designs, operation, performance, controls or structures of or for making Infant Diapers, which information was known by the Licensor employees involved with developments relating to the C-C Patents.

U.S. Patents 5,100,397; 5,171,237; and 5,246,429

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