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Cypris' intuitive interface presents over 6 million patent grants across 164 categories. Navigate to the Nanotechnology Category to identify over 500 patented innovations within the Nano-tech field.

Monitor Nanotechnology Patent Grants

New York, NY | Posted on December 3rd, 2019

Last month, Cypris announced the launch of an online patent marketplace providing inventors, patent researchers and the general public access to a powerful and innovative search engine & marketplace that will change the face of the IP industry.

Cypris indexes over 6 million patent grants into thousands of categories and classifications, allowing researches to dive deeply into innovations within their interested field, one of which is Nanotechnology.

Cypris is currently hosting 1 listing within the Nano-tech field, owned by the University of Minnesota;

'Nanowire Based Split Ring Resonator'
Published: April 2019

'A nanowire-based single ring resonator (SRR) bio microsensor significantly enhances quality factor (Q-factor) and sensitivity. The proposed nanowire-based SRR employs a displacement current that flows through nano dielectric gaps between metallic nanowires of the SRR, resulting in minimized dissipative heating and eddy current generation as well as maximized energy storage. Small gaps in the SRR act as multiple sites for chemical or biomolecule detection and the new technology does not require tagging molecules to detect them. In addition, the SRR emits low ionizing energy (less harmful than x-rays) and does not require E-beam lithography.'

You can find more information about the listing & contact the owner, here:

https://ipcypris.com/patents/detail/nanopillar-based-articles-and-methods-of-manufacture/10259704

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About Cypris
Cypris’ core offering is ipcypris.com, an innovative platform that combines a specialized assignee and inventor search engine with a patent marketplace. Cypris combines modern techniques in design, data analytics, and machine learning to present patent listings to relevant potential buyers and licensees. Recently launched, Cypris is currently hosting over 130 patent listings for sale or license from four leading research universities and individual inventors. Over time, Cypris intends to bring additional patent assets from the academic sector to the fore, along with patent listings supplied by leading technology companies and inventors.

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