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Integricote CEO, CTO, and COO honored with INVENTOR PATENT AWARDS 2019

It is a truly proud moment for us to share the news that Integricote CEO, Prof. Seamus (Shay) Curran, CTO, Dr. Kang-Shyang (Shawn) Liao, and COO, Mr. Alexander Wang are honored with INVENTOR PATENT AWARDS 2019 during a ceremony organized by Division of Research, University of Houston. The event was held on Thursday, March 07, 2019. The awards were given to the individuals in the recognition of two US patents they acquired in the year 2018, specifically US Patent No. 9790336 (Graphitic Nanocomposites in Solid State Matrices and Methods for Making Same) and 10053388 (Multifunctional Composites and Material Laminates with Graphitic or Other Nanomaterials ).

Congratulations Prof. Curran, Dr. Liao, and Mr. Wang!

Starting from left COO (Mr. Alex Wang), CEO (Prof. Shay Curran), and CTO (Dr. Shawn Liao) holding their respective patent awards.

Starting from left COO (Mr. Alex Wang), CEO (Prof. Shay Curran), and CTO (Dr. Shawn Liao) holding their respective patent awards.


Startup Pains: What I Wish I Knew

Integricote CEO & UH Professor of Physics, Dr. Seamus Curran, will be presenting his experience of the journey of Integricote, Inc. from its inception to the current stage where business has become profitable. The talk will be held on Friday, March 8, 2019, 4:00 -5:00 PM CST at Innovation Center, UH Technology Bridge, Building 4, Floor 2, 5000 Gulf Freeway, 77023. It is a free event and we encourage you all to attend. Please register in the given link below if you plan to attend the event.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/startup-pains-what-i-wish-i-knew-tickets-56072381001

“Startup Pains” is a monthly talk organized by Division of Research, Office of Technology Transfer and Innovation at University of Houston. The researcher-turned-entrepreneurs will share their experience about starting a company and their transition from scientist to business owner.

Date And Time

Fri, March 8, 2019

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM CST

Location

Innovation Center

UH Technology Bridge, Building 4, Floor 2

5000 Gulf Freeway

Houston, TX 77023