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Method for Tailings Dust Suppression
This technology is a new type of treatment that can be sprayed on mine tailings piles to suppress tailing dust from blowing off the pile, thereby preventing erosion and environmental contamination. Background: Tailings are the waste byproduct of ore mining, and consist of fine particles, many the size of dust particles. They are typically placed in...
Published: 4/1/2022   |   Inventor(s): Dominic Gervasio, Minkyu Kim, Abraham Jalbout
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Energy, Cleantech & Environmental > Manufacturing, Technology Classifications > Engineering & Physical Sciences > Industrial & Manufacturing > Mining, Technology Classifications > Engineering & Physical Sciences, Technology Classifications > Energy, Cleantech & Environmental > Air/Water Purification, Technology Classifications > Materials > Coatings
Genetically Engineered Recombinant Proteins for Functional Regenerative Tissue Scaffolds
This technology encompasses the development of recombinant tissue-specific proteins that are used to produce hydrogel scaffolds that mimic the structure of natural tissues and are therefore able to harness the function of the tissues. Each protein sequence is able to be precisely customized, which allows the tissues to be biocompatible and efficient...
Published: 1/11/2021   |   Inventor(s): Minkyu Kim, David Knoff
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Heart and Vascular
Genetically Engineered Smart Biopolymer to Combat a Broad Range of Microbial Infections
This technology is a platform to develop stable protein polymers that have attached antimicrobial peptides (AMPs). This platform involves a novel approach to structurally modify, synthesize and minimize the cost of AMP polymers, specifically for use within clinical settings. Background: Antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) are more efficient at killing...
Published: 5/17/2018   |   Inventor(s): Minkyu Kim, Christopher Camp
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Materials > Polymers, Technology Classifications > Materials > Processing, Technology Classifications > Life Sciences > Biologics
Injectable Protein-Based Hydrogels with Ligand-Mediated Reinforcement for Long-Term In Vivo Applications
This technology is a protein-based hydrogel that uses cross-links to self-assemble after injection. The technology addresses the issue with in vivo use of hydrogels by merging the biocompatability of a protein hydrogel with a reinforced rupture force typically found in chemical hydrogels. An injectable hydrogel with these properties has immense potential...
Published: 5/17/2018   |   Inventor(s): Minkyu Kim, David Knoff
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Materials, Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Wound Healing, Technology Classifications > Materials > Biocompatible