November 9, 2019
The University of Pittsburgh announced that Pitt innovators were issued nine U.S. patents in October 2019.
Featured Patent: U.S. 10,450,652 “Synthesis of Structured Carbon Material from Organic Materials”
Haitao Liu, assistant professor of chemistry and Feng Zhou, postdoctoral researcher in his lab, have developed a method of using organic materials, such as DNA, to serve as a template for nanofabrication of structured carbon materials with applications including creating nanoscale masks to pattern silicon wafers.
For more information on this technology, including licensing, contact George Coulston at email@example.com.
Below is a list of all patents issued to Pitt innovators in October 2019. To search the database of all Pitt innovations available for licensing, click here.
|10,436,745||pH Sensor Systems and Methods of Sensing pH||Alexander Star||George Coulston||Licensed|
|10,433,538||Compositions and Methods for Organ Preservation||Paulo Fontes; William Light||Alex Ducruet||Available for Licensing|
|10,434,155||Peptide Analogs Capable of Enhancing Stimulation of a Glioma-Specific CTL Response||Walter Storkus; Hideho Okada||Alex Ducruet||Licensed|
|10,435,803||Non-Noble Metal Based Electro-Catalyst Compositions for Proton Exchange Membrane Based Water Electrolysis and Methods of Making||Prashant Kumta; Karan Kadakia; Moni Datta; Oleg Velikokhatnyi; Prashanth Hanumantha||Janice Panza||Available for Licensing|
|10,441,768||Bioactive Components Conjugated to Substrates of Microneedle Arrays||Louis Falo; Geza Erdos||Alex Ducruet||Available for Licensing|
|10,450,652||Synthesis of Structured Carbon Material From Organic Materials||Feng Zhou; Haitao Liu||George Coulston||Available for Licensing|
|10,449,151||Artificial Cell Constructs for Cellular Manipulation||Steven Little; Siddharth Jhunjhunwala||Janice Panza||Available for Licensing|
|10,450,289||Mitochondria-Targeted Lapachone Compounds and Uses Thereof||Peter Wipf; Bennett Van Houten; Wei Qian; Chaemin Lim||Maria Vanegas||Available for Licensing|
|10,457,596||Optical Sensor Employing a Refractive Index Engineered Metal Oxide Material||Peng Chen; Zsolt Poole; Paul Ohodnicki; Michael Buric||Janice Panza||Available for Licensing|