LATEST PATENTS

The following patents have been granted to the Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham:

Indian Patent 296417
A Metal Doped Protein–Sorafenib Nanomedicine Formulation for Cancer Treatment granted on May 02, 2018


US Patent 9852647 B2
System and Method for Synthesizing, Preserving Consistent Relative Neighborhood positions in Multiperspective Multipoint Tele-Immersive Environment(3D) granted on December 26, 2017


US Patent 9826196 B2
System and Method for Synthesizing, Preserving Consistent Relative Neighborhood positions in Multiperspective Multipoint Tele-Immersive Environment(2D) granted on November 21, 2017


US Patent 9805251
Systems and Methods for Yaw Estimation granted on October 31, 2017


US Patent 9707186 B2
Core-shell particle formulation for delivering multiple therapeutic agents granted on July 18, 2017


US Patent 9710664
Security Layer and Methods for Protecting Tenant Data in a Cloud Mediated Computing Network granted on July 18, 2017


US Patent 9606080
Non-enzymatic Glucose Sensor granted on March 28, 2017


Indian Patent 281908
Dual Microcontroller based Liquid Infusion System granted on March 28, 2017


European Patent EP 2440247 B1
Targeted nano-photomedicines for photodynamic therapy of cancer granted on March 8, 2017


US Patent 9552513
Systems and Methods for Yaw Estimation granted on January 24, 2017


US Patent 9545382
Nanoparticle formulations for delivering multiple therapeutic agents on 17 Jan 2017


US Patent 9533093
Cartridge Connection Method for Precise Delivery of Liquid granted on January 3, 2017


US Patent 9402918
Core-shell particle formulation for delivering multiple therapeutic agents on 2 Aug 2016


US Patent 9386271
System and Method for Synthesizing, Preserving Consistent Relative Neighborhood positions in Multiperspective Multipoint Tele-Immersive Environment granted on July 5, 2016


Chinese Patent CN 102573910 B
Targeted nano-photomedicines for photodynamic therapy of cancer on 26 Aug 2015


Japanese Patent JP5662431 B2
Targeted nano-photomedicines for photodynamic therapy of cancer 28 Jan 2015


US Patent 8692668
Network-Based System for Predicting Landslides and Providing Early Warnings Granted April 8, 2014


US Design Patent D687540
Medical Device Keypad Interface Granted August 6, 2013


Indian Design Patent 244105
Keypad for Medical Devices Registered on March 26, 2012


US Patent 8034019
Dual Microcontroller-based Liquid Infusion System Granted October 11, 2011


US Patent 8000977
System and Method to develop Health-Care Information Systems Granted August 16, 2011

ABOUT

Welcome to the Patents and Technology Licensing Office (PTO) webpage. The PTO is located at the Amritapuri, Cochin, and Coimbatore campuses and is responsible for patenting, licensing and commercialization of all discoveries and inventions of Amrita. The PTO supports the faculty, staff, and students in making their inventions available for the greater public good.

All faculty, staff, students and employees of Amrita who make inventions or discoveries shall disclose the invention to the PTO using the Institutions’s Invention Disclosure Form available from the PTO (patents@amrita.edu). The PTO will work with the Inventors to review the concept and file the patent as appropriate.

Inventions that are new, novel, non-obvious and potentially beneficial to society are patentable. Please ensure you contact the PTO well before any publication or public disclosure to protect the invention. A patent is a legal document that provides the right to exclude others from making, using, selling, offering for sale or importing the patented invention for the term of the patent which is usually twenty years from the filing date. Patents are assigned to the Institution and contain the name(s) of the inventor(s). An inventor/co-inventor is an individual who has conceived or contributed an essential element of the invention, either independently or jointly with others, during the evolution of the technology concept or reduction to practice.

Reduction to practice, according to patent law, involves actual and complete use of the invention for its intended purpose. Typically, reduction to practice involves the physical construction of the invention and testing the physical embodiment to determine if it performs as intended. This is not necessary for initial disclosure of the invention.

If you are unsure whether your invention or discovery is patentable or if you have any other queries, please contact the PTO for further information: patents@amrita.edu.

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Patent Policy

SAMPLE OF PATENT APPLICATIONS

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15
CONSTITUENT
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8th
RANK(INDIA):
NIRF 2018
150+
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