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Patents

Since 1947 we have earned more than 1,200 U.S. patents. As part of a long-held tradition, patent rights arising from sponsored research at the Institute are often assigned to the client. SwRI generally retains the rights to Institute-funded advancements. We also help clients pursue patents for their sponsored research. If you are interested in licensing SwRI IP, contact our Legal Department at +1 210 522 6501.

 

Patent Number Date Of Issue Title of Inventionsort descending Inventors
5,463,220 10/31/1995 Time of Flight Mass Spectrometer Ion Source, and Methods of Preparing a Sample For Mass Analysis and of Mass Analyzing A Sample

David T. Young;Jill T. Marshall;Emile A. Schweikert;Melvin A. Park

5,360,976 11/01/1994 Time of Flight Mass Spectrometer, Ion Source, and Methods of Preparing A Sample For Mass Analysis and of Mass Analyzing A Sample

David T. Young;Jill T. Marshall;Emile A. Schweikert;Melvin A. Park

6,925,881 08/09/2005 Time Shift Data Analysis for Long-Range Guided Wave Inspection

Hegeon Kwun; Kim Sang-Young

7,610,791 11/03/2009 Time-gain Control Method and System for Long-Range Guided-Wave Inspection and Monitoring

Hegeon Kwun; Ronald H. Peterson

5,720,805 02/24/1998 Titanium-Tin-Oxide Nanoparticles, Compositions Utilizing the Same and Method of Forming the Same

Stephen T. Wellinghoff;Domnica Cernasov

3,823,608 07/16/1974 Torque Transducer

Pontie Pantermuehl;George F. Munsch

5,403,655 04/04/1995 Toughened Thermosetting Resin Composites and Process

Marvin L. Deviney;Joel J. Kampa

5,385,778 01/31/1995 Toughened Thermosetting Resin Composites and Process

Marvin L. Deviney;Joel J. Kampa

4,663,067 05/05/1987 Transient Soil Erosion & Evaporation Palliative Composition and Method

William A. Mallow;Robert P. Wood

5,780,119 07/14/1998 Treatments To Reduce Friction and Wear on Metal Alloy Components

James Lankford;Geoffrey Dearnaley