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KCNSC receives high number of invention patents

Feb 28, 2017, 06:00 PM

What do Amazon, Apple, Disney, Google and Nike all have in common? Their inventions were all started in garages. The brains behinds these businesses set-up shop in their garages to develop some of the world's most usable products/services. With this in mind, the Kansas City National Security Campus is by far the prettiest garage on the block as we consistently have employees developing new products and solutions every year.In 2016, there were 76 invention disclosures filed, 15 patent application filed and seven patents that were issued by the U.S. PTO office. Our patents awarded from the Patent & Trademark Office have increased significantly over the past few years. Congrats to the following employees received a patent:

 

George Bohnert for Apparatus and Methods of Hydrocarbon Extraction
Daniel Bowen and Eric Eastwood for Use of Li2[B12H12] Salt to Absorb Water into Polymers
George W. Bohnert, Daniel E. Bowen III, James Lula for Carbonized Asphaltene-Based Carbon-Carbon Fiber Composites
Stephen McGarry Hatch for Dual Contact Pin Assembly
Daniel S. Krueger, James Brent Duncan, Bristen Riggs and Dave Stockdale for Monolithic LTCC Seal Frame and Lid
Stephen McGarry Hatch and Jonathan Douglas Hatch for Rapid PCB Prototyping By Selective Adhesion
Thomas Robison for Method For Phase Transfer Synthesis of Organic Peroxides

patent award winners 2016