Kellar receives patent for enhancing wound healing

Professor Kellar explains image on computer screen to student

Dr. Robert Kellar and his team have been issued a patent for their research and discoveries involving ionic liquid and protein scaffolds that are impregnated into a wound healing device, such as a bandage, or dressing. These compositions can treat wounds and have so much potential for future applications! Read more about the research behind […]

Cambou granted first USPTO patent in Quantum Cryptography

Dr. Bertrand Cambou, Professor of Nanotechnology and Cybersecurity, Invention Ambassador of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Senior Member of the National Academy of Inventors, had a new patent granted on April 27, 2021, by the USPTO. This is the first patent granted by USPTO in Quantum Cryptography (QC), an extremely competitive […]