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We recognize the importance of intellectual property whether through a patent, licensing of software, copyright, invention disclosures, trademarks, or trade secrets.

Patents

Since 1947 we have earned more than 1,300 U.S. patents. As part of a long-held tradition, patent rights arising from sponsored research at the Institute can be 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 General Counsel’s Office at +1 210 522 5560.

 

Patent Number Date Of Issue Title of Invention Inventors
3,918,944 11/10/1975 Lead Trap

Martin B. Treuhaft; Charles D. Wood

3,918,937 11/10/1975 Particulated Lead Trap System

John C. Holloway; Herbert W. Barch; Martin B. Treuhaft; Charles D. Wood

3,921,533 11/24/1975 Wheel Assembly for a Vehicle Moving through a Tubular Conduit

Freddy R. Szenasi; Richard M. Baldwin

3,924,897 12/08/1975 Earth Ripper Employing Repetitive Explosions

John W. Colburn, Jr.; Charles D. Wood; Ronald J. Mathis

3,939,477 02/16/1976 Quadrupole Adcock Direction Finder & Antenna Therefor

Terence C. Green; William G. Guion; Douglas N. Travers; William M. Sherrill

3,950,659 04/12/1976 Method of Producing Transducers with Phase, Area & Depth Controlled Polarization

Norman E. Dixon; William D. Jolly

3,967,761 07/05/1976 System for Injecting Particulate Material into the Combustion Chamber of a Repetitive Combustion Coating Apparatus

Rosser B. Melton, Jr.; Elbert M. Hubbard

3,973,263 08/02/1976 Sensitivity Improvement of Spaced-Loop Antenna by Loop Antenna by Capacitive Gap Loading

Terence C. Green;

3,974,939 08/16/1976 System for Injecting Particulate Material into the Combustion Chamber of a Repetitive Combustion Coating Apparatus

Rosser B. Melton, Jr.; Elbert M. Hubbard

3,990,903 11/08/1976 Hydrothermal Cement Method of Cementing Well Bores

William A. Mallow;