Patents 2017-2022

Project 2: “Mitigation of chemical and mixture effects through broad-acting sorbents”

  • Tim Phillips’ Lab

Application Title: Broad-acting sorbents that can be used to mitigate acute exposures to mixtures of environmental chemicals, microbes, and mycotoxins in food, water, and feed following outbreaks, natural disasters and emergencies.

U.S. Non-Provisional Patent Application No: (PCT US 19-47356; TAMUS 4813 PCT) August 2019:

Non-provisional patent application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office and an exclusive, worldwide license agreement has been grant to TESI, Inc by Texas A&M University for access and commercialization of this technology.

U.S. Patent Application No.: 62/719,924, August 20, 2018.

An exclusive, worldwide license for commercial purposes of the technology described in the application has been granted from Texas A&M University to TESI, Inc. (Bastrop, Texas).