Royalty Report: Material Composite, Chemicals, Coating – Collection: 322891

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 9

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 9

Primary Industries

  • Material Composite
  • Chemicals
  • Coating
  • Transportation
  • Automotive
  • Plastics & Rubber
  • Battery
  • Apparel
  • Medical
  • Supply
  • Energy & Environment
  • Energy Resources & Svcs
  • Technical Know How
  • Oil & Gas Extraction
  • Petrochemicals
  • Fuel Cell
  • Nanoparticles
  • Polymer
  • Storage
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Mobile
  • Nanotubes
  • Construction
  • Metals & Metal Products
  • Semiconductors
  • Fabrication

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 322891

License Grant
The University, a research institution,  granted an exclusive license to the Licensee for the licensed patents related to the technology for graphene foam coating and deicing.  Licensee may grant written sublicenses to third parties.
License Property
Graphene foam coating and deicing-  An efficient deicing system is a silicone-graphene foam composite connected to a source of electrical energy for current promoted heating of the silicone-graphene foam composite. The deicing system can be constructed by infusion and curing a silicone resin infused into the graphene foam attached to electrical contacts.  Embodiments of the invention are directed to a deicing system where a silicone-graphene foam composite is connected to a source of electrical energy. The silicone-graphene foam composite has the graphene foam is continuous throughout the silicone-graphene composite and attached to an electrical contact. The deicing system is in the form of a coating for a metal substrate, such as an aircraft. The graphene foam can be less than 2 percent by volume, for example 0.1 percent by volume. The graphene foam is an interconnected graphene three-dimensional architecture with pore sizes of 100 to 300 µm in diameter. The source of electrical energy can provide a current of 0.8 A or less to promote heating. The power density can be 0.30 W·cm-2 or less. The silicone of the silicone-graphene foam can be the product of an addition cured polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) resin.

Graphene is the worlds thinnest material, it also extremely high surface-area to volume ratio. This makes graphene a very promising material for use in batteries and supercapacitors. Graphene may enable batteries and supercapacitors (and even fuel-cells) that can store more energy – and charge faster, too.

Field of Use
The field of use is used in the transportation industry for deicing of aircraft.  The deicing system can be attached to surfaces of an aircraft for rapid deicing of the aircraft.

IPSCIO Record ID: 51312

License Grant
The University hereby grants to Licensee the exclusive right to use the Patent Rights and Improvements elected, to identify, develop, make, have made, use, import, export, lease, sell, have sold, and offer for sale, Products within the Fields and within the Territory; and the non-exclusive rights to practice the Property Rights for Products within the Fields and within the Territory; and the exclusive right to grant Sublicenses of the exclusive rights granted.
License Property
The Patent Rights means U.S. Patent No. 7,550,529;
U.S. Patent Application No. 11/801,261 (For Reference only MSU TEC2004-0075);
U.S. Patent Application No. 11/435,498 (For Reference only MSU TEC2004-0088);
U.S. Patent Application No. 12/072,460 (For Reference only MSU TEC2006-0039);
U.S. Patent Application No. 11/435,350 (For Reference only MSU TEC2006-0054);
U.S. Patent Application No. 11/435,471 (For Reference only MSU TEC2006-0070);
U.S. Patent Application No. 12/515,232 (For Reference only MSU TEC2007-0072);
U.S. Patent Application No. 11/897,692 (For Reference only MSU TEC2007-0121);
U.S. Patent Application No. 11/897,723 (For Reference only MSU TEC2007-0122);
U.S. Patent Application No. 12/587,645 (For Reference only MSU TEC2008-0042); and
U.S. Patent Application No. 12/655,649 (For Reference only MSU TEC2008-0079).
The Invention Disclosures means the following TEC2002-0038 Inexpensive Method for Producing Graphite Nanoplatelets;  TEC2004-0075 Conductive Coatings Produced by Monolayer Deposition on Surfaces;  TEC2005-0088 Method for Producing Metalloic Nanoparticles on Solid Surfaces especially Carbon and Graphite;  TEC2006-0039 Hybrid Micro-Nano-Composite Material and Method to Prepare Thereof;  TEC2006-0054 Continuous Process for Producing Exfoliated Nano-Graphite Platelets;
TEC2006-0070 Electro-Conductive Nylon with High Barrier Property and Method to Prepare Thereof
TEC2007-0072 Micropatterning of Low Cost and Highly Conductive Exfoliated Graphite Nanoplatelets (xGnPs) using Microcontact Printing;  TEC2007-0121 Conductive Sheet Molding Compound with Carbon Based Nanomaterials;  TEC2007-0122 Conductive Coating of Substrate with Carbon-Based Nanomaterials;  TEC2007-0139 Plasticized Cellulose as a Potential Alternative to Petroleum Based Polymers;  TEC2007-0150 Modification of the Mechanical, Thermal, and Electrical Properties of Elastomer-Based Materials by the Addition of Exfoliated Graphite Nano-Platelets;  TEC2008-0002 High-Performance Biosensors Based on Exfoliated Graphite Nanoplatelets and Nanometal Decorations;
TEC2008-0033 Materials and Process for Sub-10 Nanometer Integrated Circuit Lines; TEC2008-0038 Metal nanoparticle and conducting polymer nanocomposites for energy devices;  TEC2008-0039 Electrospinning ordered arrays of cellulose nitrate fibers;  TEC2008-0042 Electrically Conductive, Optically Transparent Films of Exfoliated Graphite Nanoplatelets (Graphene);  TEC2008-0074 Single Graphene Sheets Decorated With Metal Nanoparticles;  TEC2008-0079 xGnP-based Lubricant;  TEC2009-0006 Polyoxometalate-based Modification of Exfoliated Graphite Nanoplatelets to Produce Electrocatalysts;
TEC2009-0020 Fabrication of Electrically Conductive and Optically Transparent Films with Graphene NanoPlatelets or Other Nanoparticles;  TEC2009-0029 MetalOxide Nanosheet Monolayer Film Synthesis for Electrochemical Energy Storage and Photocatalytic Applications;  TEC2009-0030 Electrically Conductive Highly Aligned Multilayer Free Standing Film of Exfoliated Graphite Nanoplatelets (Graphene);
TEC2009-0031 Exfoliated Graphite Nanoplatelets (Graphene) and Conductive Polymer Multilayer Free Standing Film Electrode for Ultra and Supercapacitor Applications;  TEC2009-0113 Exfoliated Graphite Nano Platelet (xGnP) anodes for Li-ion batteries;  TEC2010-0027 Nanostructured Electrodes for Exfoliated Graphite Nanoplateletes for Supercapacitor Applications; and  TEC2010-0047 Simple Dry Process for Scalable Production of High Surface Area, Graphene Nanoplatelets.
Field of Use
The Composites Field means the use of xGnP as an additive with one or more plastics, elastomers, resins, or other polymers to form a composite material with specialized properties that are different from the original material. This includes the use of xGnP with thermoplastic and thermoset materials, urethanes, epoxies, and other systems based on organic resins.

The Energy Storage Field means the use of xGnP in any device used to retain or store electrical energy for future use.

Specialty Liquids Field means the use of xGnP as an additive to liquids used as lubricants, cutting fluids, grinding fluids, well drilling fluids, machining lubricants, and similar applications.

General Other Field means the use of xGnP in all other applications not defined elsewhere.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7723

License Grant
The University grants to Licensee an exclusive, sub-licensable, assignable, worldwide, license under the Patents, to make, have made, use, import, offer for sale, sell, lease, distribute, or otherwise transfer Licensed Products in the Field of Use in the Territory during the Term of this Agreement. Licensee shall have the right to grant sublicenses.
License Property
The Licensor is the owner of certain inventions, know-how and rights pertaining to a graphene-carbon nanotube hybrid material and its use in electrodes, including without limitation all rights pursuant certain patent applications.

Carbon Nanotubes (“CNT”) are allotropes of carbon with a cylindrical nanostructure. Nanotubes have been constructed with length-to-diameter ratio of up to 132,000,0001, significantly larger than for any other material. CNTs have unusual properties, including, but not limited to 200x better energy charge, storage and discharge performance than any other technology on the market today, which are valuable for nanotechnology, electronics, optics and other fields of materials science and technology.

Field of Use
The commercialization of this technology will require raising sufficient funds for the development of a prototype product (currently intended to be a smartphone battery) to demonstrate proof of concept and then production on an industrial scale.

Field of Use means consumer electronics (including without limitation mobile electronics, mobile telephones/smartphones, tablets, and wearable electronics), nanoelectronic technologies, electric vehicles, energy storage, and medical devices.

IPSCIO Record ID: 179844

License Grant
The Israeli Licensor hereby grants to the Israeli Licensee, an exclusive, non-sublicensable (unless explicitly authorized in writing by Licensor, such authorization not to be unreasonably denied; however, it is understood and acknowledged by Licensee that a further sublicense is subject to third party consent), non-transferable and non-assignable worldwide, royalty-bearing license to develop, exploit, utilize and Commercialize the Licensed IP and the Licensed Products in the Field only.
License Property
“Existing Patents” or “Licensed Patents” – shall mean (a) patent application no. 61/887,469 entitled 'A Method for the Large Scale Production of Graphene,' filed on October, 7 2013; and (b) all divisions, continuations, continuations-in-part, re-examinations and reissues of the above; and (c) all patents which may be granted pursuant to any of the foregoing patent application.

Graphene is a super-thin and super-strong material that has scientists and engineers very excited.  Graphene is made up of a hexagonal lattice of carbon atoms in a honeycomb like structure. It is just one-atom thick but absorbs 2.3% of light so it can be seen with the naked eye. It can potentially be used to create semi-transparent electronics.

Bullet-resistant materials (also called ballistic materials or, equivalently, anti-ballistic materials) are usually rigid, but may be supple.

Potential graphene applications include lightweight, thin, flexible, yet durable display screens, electric/photonics circuits, solar cells, and various medical, chemical and industrial processes enhanced or enabled by the use of new graphene materials.

Field of Use
'Field' – shall mean the large scale production process of Graphene sheets based on the Licensed IP that uses the production method of exfoliation by Tip Sonication.

IPSCIO Record ID: 4792

License Grant
The license agreements gives the Licensee the exclusive worldwide right to develop and commercialize for thermal management products utilizing a proprietary and patented MicroPCM technology.
License Property
MicroPCM technology is a thermal additive material that the Company markets under the trade name Thermasorb®; specialized chemical additives for use in temperature resistant paints and coatings; and liquid coolants for use in aerospace, automotive and computer/electronics cooling systems; automotive components, including seating systems, heat shields, interior and exterior trim, foams and foam laminates, engine cooling systems, thermal grease, epoxies, lubricants and oils, and adhesives; products for climbing/mountaineering, cycling, hiking/backpacking, racquet sports, canoeing/kayaking, running, cross training, sailing, skiing, snowboarding, fishing, hunting, walking and racing; ComforTemp® foams and Thermasorb® additives can enhance the thermal characteristics of a multitude of end-products in the apparel industry.

This License includes, but is not limited to U.S. Patent numbers
US Patent No. 4,807,696             MicroPCM Thermal Energy Storage
US Patent No. 4,911,232             Heat Transfer Using MicroPCM Slurries
US Patent No. 5,141,079             Two Component Cutting and Cooling Fluids
US Patent No. 5,224,356             Thermal Energy Absorbing and Conducting Potting Materials
US Patent No. 5,415,222             Microclimate Cooling Garments
US Patent (pending)                     Moldable Foams with Reversible Enhanced Thermal Storage
US Patent (pending)                     Thermal Insulating Coatings Using MicroPCMs
*US Patent No. 5,366,801             Coated Fabric With Reversible Enhanced Properties
*US Patent No.5,290,904              Thermally Enhanced Heat Shields

Field of Use
Licensee will market to people working in extreme hot or cold conditions or who are required to wear protective garments, including firefighters, utility workers, construction workers, police officers or individuals who spend significant amounts of time outdoors, will benefit from apparel manufacturers’ use of Thermasorb® additives and ComforTemp® foams in their products; The Company’s Thermasorb® and ComforTemp® products may be incorporated into many products useful in the healthcare industry, including hot and cold packs.  Cold packs containing the Company’s Thermasorb® additives are being developed to maintain temperatures as low as -30oF, while hot packs containing the Company’s Thermasorb® additives are being developed to maintain temperatures as high as 190oF and can be heated using a microwave oven.  Other healthcare applications include wraps, braces and blankets – 1991.  Footwear MarketsComforTemp® foam is well suited for use as an insulating or temperature management material in boots and shoes.

IPSCIO Record ID: 28647

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to German Licensee a non-exclusive license under the Licensed Patents to practice the processes and to make, use and sell products covered by the claims of the Licensed Patents.
License Property
The Licensor develops clean tech, EcoBloc-enabled, ultra-violet (UV) curable coatings. The Company's markets include electronics, steel, construction, automotive and trucking, paper products and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

A U.S. company, specializing in the discovery and development of nanotechnology-enabled, ultraviolet-curable advanced coatings, announced it has entered into a license agreement with German-based chemical company.

Under the terms of the license agreement, licensor is providing licensee with a non-exclusive license for use of its patents, EP 1 723 180, US 7,323,248, US 7,153,892 and US 7,498,362.

* Patent EP 1 723 180 pertains to a coating for metal objects and can be used on automotive parts and many other industrial articles. The coating is especially useful for metal objects with rubber or plastic parts that would be damaged by heat.

* Patent US 7,323,248 pertains to a coating for fiberglass panels. It applies to a wide variety of panels, especially those used in shopping malls, as it is resistant to sunlight and graffiti can be easily removed.

* Patent US 7,153,892 pertains to a coating for olefin plastics, such as car bumpers. A major benefit of the coating is its ability to adhere without a primer.

* Patent US 7,498,362 pertains to a coating for metal objects. It is very similar to the European patent, but for use in the United States.

A variety of consumer, scientific, and industrial products utilize composite materials, such as fiberglass, in a variety of shapes and forms. Coating such composite surfaces with solvent based coating can be problematic due solvent incompatibility and environmental issues stemming from evaporation of the volatile solvent. Also, such coatings can require thermal curing, resulting in the need for curing ovens, and the associated energy expenditure to operate them. U.S. Pat. No. 4,721,734 describes the use of one-part UV curable compositions incorporating aliphatic urethane acrylates and acrylate monomers to produce non-yellowing coatings. U.S. Pat. No. 5,733,607 describes the use of UV curable coating on fiberglass.

Field of Use
The Licensee develops, produces and markets a high-quality range of innovative automotive OEM coatings, automotive refinishes, industrial coatings and decorative paints.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7040

License Grant
The Company entered into an amended agreement for thermal management products utilizing a proprietary and patented MicroPCM technology.
License Property
MicroPCM technology is a thermal additive material that the Company markets under the trade name Thermasorb®; specialized chemical additives for use in temperature resistant paints and coatings; and liquid coolants for use in aerospace, automotive and computer/electronics cooling systems; automotive components, including seating systems, heat shields, interior and exterior trim, foams and foam laminates, engine cooling systems, thermal grease, epoxies, lubricants and oils, and adhesives; products for climbing/mountaineering, cycling, hiking/backpacking, racquet sports, canoeing/kayaking, running, cross training, sailing, skiing, snowboarding, fishing, hunting, walking and racing; ComforTemp® foams and Thermasorb® additives can enhance the thermal characteristics of a multitude of end-products in the apparel industry.  People working in extreme hot or cold conditions or who are required to wear protective garments, including firefighters, utility workers, construction workers, police officers or individuals who spend significant amounts of time outdoors, will benefit from apparel manufacturers’ use of Thermasorb® additives and ComforTemp® foams in their products; The Company’s Thermasorb® and ComforTemp® products may be incorporated into many products useful in the healthcare industry, including hot and cold packs.  Cold packs containing the Company’s Thermasorb® additives are being developed to maintain temperatures as low as -30oF, while hot packs containing the Company’s Thermasorb® additives are being developed to maintain temperatures as high as 190oF and can be heated using a microwave oven.  Other healthcare applications include wraps, braces and blankets – 1991.  Footwear MarketsComforTemp® foam is well suited for use as an insulating or temperature management material in boots and shoes.

This License includes, but is not limited to U.S. Patent numbers
US Patent No. 4,807,696     MicroPCM Thermal Energy Storage
US Patent No. 4,911,232     Heat Transfer Using MicroPCM Slurries
US Patent No. 5,141,079     Two Component Cutting and Cooling Fluids
US Patent No. 5,224,356     Thermal Energy Absorbing and Conducting Potting Materials
US Patent No. 5,415,222     Microclimate Cooling Garments
US Patent (pending)     Moldable Foams with Reversible Enhanced Thermal Storage
US Patent (pending)     Thermal Insulating Coatings Using MicroPCMs
*US Patent No. 5,366,801     Coated Fabric With Reversible Enhanced Properties
*US Patent No.5,290,904      Thermally Enhanced Heat Shields

IPSCIO Record ID: 1565

License Grant
The Company entered into an agreement for an exclusive worldwide license to certain proprietary technology owned by Licensor and used in its Hydrophilic Foam Business.
License Property
Hydrophilic Foam Business shall mean Business comprising the manufacture and sale of reticulated absorbent foam products based on the proprietary technology.

Licensed Technology shall mean any and all copyrights, patents, patent applications, processes, computer programs and program rights, know-how, Trade Secrets, goodwill and other similar intangible rights and interests owned or used by Licensor in connection with the Hydrophilic Foam Business.

Field of Use
The rights granted apply to foam products.

IPSCIO Record ID: 153750

License Grant
Licensor grants to Licensee an exclusive, nontransferable, worldwide right and License to use the Licensor Industrial Property Rights solely for the  manufacture, sale, lease, or other disposition of products incorporating the Licensed Technology.  Licensor further grants to Licensee an exclusive, nontransferable right to (i) modify and make derivative works from the Licensor Industrial Property and (ii) subject to the prior written consent of Licensor, which shall not be unreasonably withheld, sublicense the Licensor Industrial Property rights solely for the purposes of manufacture, product development, distribution or related uses.
License Property
The Business shall mean the Intragene and related coating business acquired by Licensee pursuant to the terms of the Purchase Agreement and now operated by Licensee.

Licensor Industrial Property Rights shall mean all Confidential Information and, whether or not the following constitute Confidential Information, all of Licensors patents, licenses, trademarks, trade names, inventions, inventors notes, copyrights, formulea know-how, trade secrets, drawings and designs relating to the Business represented by the Licensed Technology.

Licensed Technology shall mean all of Licensors proprietary technology relating to the Business which has been licensed to Licensee hereunder including, but not limited to, the Patents and the Marks.

The Marks means the trademark 'Licensor Materials' and all trade or service mark registrations (and any applications therefor) associated therewith.

Patents shall mean the following patents (i) U.S. Patent 4,535,029 dated 8/13/85, (ii) U.S. Patent 4,426,423 dated 11/17/84, (iii) U.S. Patent 4,358,506 dated 11/9/82, (iv) U.S. Patent 4,376,806 dated 3/15/83 and (v) U.S. Patent 4,396,677 dated 8/2/83.

4,535,029 – Method of catalyzing metal depositions on ceramic substrates
4,426,423 – Ceramic, cermet or metal composites
4,358,506 – Metal and carbon composites thereof
4,376,806 – Highly adhesive coatings for beryllia
4,396,677 – Metal, carbon, carbide and other composites thereof

The Intragene-TM- process is a proprietary methodology developed by metallurgists and materials scientists at the Company and has been granted six U.S. patents as well as national phase patents based on two European patent applications and three Japanese patents. The Intragene-TM- process facilitates the ability to metallize, solder or braze a wide range of engineering ceramics, graphite and refractory metals.

The materials division product line consists of Intragene-TM–based sputtering target assemblies and electromagnet systems. The sputtering target assemblies have been sold into the rigid disk market since 1986 and are considered one of the most reliable such assemblies in the market today. Sputtering target assemblies are sold to end-users as source materials for coating other materials via a vacuum-based process called sputtering. Sputtering is employed as the primary method for depositing thin film functional and protective layers on rigid magnetic media (hard disks), as well as in many semiconductor-manufacturing operations. Once a target is made, it must usually be incorporated into the sputtering apparatus by joining it to a backing plate to make sound electrical, thermal and mechanical contact. The bonding of a target to the backing plate, which is usually made of copper, forms what is known as the 'bonded target assembly.'

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the chemical industry relating to the coating technology.
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