Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 3
- Scientific & Technical Instruments
- Biological Materials
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IPSCIO Record ID: 372441
7,623,972 – Detection of presence of chemical precursors
7,801,687 – Chemical sensors using coated or doped carbon nanotube networks
7,968,054 – Nanostructure sensing and transmission of gas data
8,000,903 – Coated or doped carbon nanotube network sensors as affected by environmental parameters
Patents relate to chemical sensing nanotechnology.
Licensed Fields of Use shall mean chemical sensing applications for cancer detection and narcotics detection.
IPSCIO Record ID: 27499
The University also grant to the Licensee, so long as it retains exclusive rights under this Agreement, the right to issue Sublicenses.
Whereas, the Invention covered under UC Case Number 2004-177 ('Bio-receptor Embedded Conductive Polymer Nanowire Sensor Arrays');
Whereas, the Invention covered under UC Case Number 2007-108 ('Metal Nanoparticles Decorated Carbon Nanotubes for Gas Sensors');
Whereas, certain of the Inventions covered under UC Case Numbers 2010-170 ('Synthesis of Nanopeapods by Galvanic Displacement of Segmented Nanowires') and 2010-240 ('Metal and Metal Oxides Co-Functionalization SWNT's as High Performance Gas Sensors');
The License was granted within certain fields of use relating to â€œBio-receptor Embedded Conductive Polymer Nanowire Sensor Arraysâ€, â€œMetal Nanoparticles Decorated Carbon Nanotubes for Gas Sensorsâ€, the â€œSynthesis of Nanopeapods by Galvanic Displacement of Segmented Nanowiresâ€, â€œMetal and Metal Oxides Co-Functionalization SWNTâ€™s as High Performance Gas Sensorsâ€, â€œUltra-Sensitive Gas Sensors Based on Tellurium-Single Walled Carbon Nanotube Hybrid Nanostructuresâ€ and â€œSelective Nanoscale Asymmetric Gas Sensorsâ€.
The license relates to patented and patent-pending sensor technologies based on nano materials that can detect airborne gases to the parts-per-billion (PPB) level.
'Patent Rights' means the University's interest in the Valid Claims of the United States patents and patent applications, corresponding foreign patents and patent applications and any reissues, extensions, substitutions, continuations, divisions, and continuation-in-part applications (but only those Valid Claims in the continuation-in-part applications that are entirely supported in the specification and entitled to the priority date of the parent application) based on the following
'Bio-receptor Embedded Conductive Polymer Nanowire Sensor Arrays' filed on October 25, 2005, United States Patent Application Serial Number 11/259,557, assigned to The Regents (UC Case Number 2004-177-2);
'Metal Nanoparticles Decorated Carbon Nanotubes for Gas Sensors' filed on September 11, 2007, United States Patent Application Serial Number 12/514,050, assigned to The Regents (UC Case Number 2007-108-2);
'Synthesis of Nanopeapods by Galvanic Displacement of Segmented Nanowires' to be filed shortly and assigned to The Regents (UC Case Number 2010-170); and
'Metal and Metal Oxides Co-Functionalization SWNT's as High Performance Gas Sensors' to be filed shortly and assigned to The Regents (UC Case Number 2010-240).
The Licensee will try to commercialize patented and patent-pending sensor technologies based on nano materials that can detect airborne gases to the parts-per-billion level to be used in air quality monitoring, explosives detection, industrial plant toxic gas detection, gaseous chemical warfare agent detection, food and agricultural safety hazard detection and other applications.
IPSCIO Record ID: 3814
6,492,182 Micromachined Microsensor Arrays for Chemical Sensing Applications (R 5516)
The Licensee's business is to develop, commercialize and market technology in the field of micro-sensor elements and sensor arrays in the homeland security, indoor air quality, food purity and processing and medical diagnostic industries.