CURF Patent Award Recipients
31 inventors were awarded for receiving a patent in 2018. The patent award recipients are as follows.
Brian Keith Ward: Methods and Systems for Production of Organically Derived Ammonia/Ammonium
Dan Simionescu, Agneta Simionescu, Lee Sierad: Self-Adjusting Tissue Holder
Hong Luo, Ning Yuan: Methods and Compositions for Modulating Gene Expression in Plants
Hong Luo, Qian Hu, Zhigang Li: Methods and Compositions for Transgenic Plants with Enhanced Cold Tolerance, Ability to Flower Without VernalizationRequirement and Impacted Fertility
Kendall Kirk, Hunter Massey, Walter Scott Monfort, James Thomas: Automated Control Systems and Methods for Underground Crop Harvesters
Kendall Kirk, Hunter Massey, William Henderson, Walter Scott Monfort: Impact Mass Flow Sensor for Monitoring Peanut Harvest Yields
Joseph Kolis, Colin McMillen: Monolithic Heterogeneous Single Crystals with Multiple Regimes for Solid State Laser Applications
Vincent Yves-Marie Blouin, Dustin Graham Albright, Ulrike Ann-Sophie Heine, UfukErsoy, DanielNevinHarding, David Aaron Pastre, Michael Wallace Stoner:Building Framing System
Marek W. Urban, Ying Yang: Self-Healable Corrosion Inhibition Polyurethane Coatings
Christopher Kitchens: Microdevices and Methods of Manufacture
Robert Gary Prucka, Qilun Zhu: Engine Operation Control
Mark C. Thies, David A. Bruce: Solvent and Recovery Process for Lignin
Ezra Lucas Hoyt Cates: Materials and Methods for Reducing Biofouling in Water Treatment Membrane Systems
Dev Priya Arya: Selective Inhibition of Bacterial Topoisomerase I
Clemson University spin-off, Kiyatec, LLC, participates in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Showcase on Capitol Hill
KIYATEC, Inc., a Clemson-based company, was selected to participate in The University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Showcase that took place on Capitol Hill on April 10. The event, hosted by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) and the Association of American Universities (AAU), recognizes the impact that federally-funded research has on driving entrepreneurship and innovation.
KIYATEC’S innovative research on 3D cell culture began at Clemson University. Their ex vivo 3D cell culture technology allows accurate modeling and prediction of cancer patient response to drug therapies. KIYATEC’S validated process uses cancer cells taken from patients via surgical or biopsy tissues to create a life-like replication in order to determine what treatments the patient will respond to prior to beginning the treatment.
Startups for the showcase were chosen based on the level of student engagement in the startup, the strength of the technology the startup produces, and its relationship to research. For more information on KIYATEC, click here.