Kingwood man among inventors of newly patented copolymer composition
A Kingwood man is part of a team that received a U.S. patent last week for a new kind of copolymer that can be used by the petrochemical industry.
In the patent, the inventors claim that a property called broad orthogonal composition distribution gives their material increased toughness as well as crack resistance when under environmental stress.
According to the patent, the inventors of the new composition are Blair Alred Graham of Bright's Grove, California; Mark P. Ossowski of Bridgewater, New Jersey; James M. Farley of League City; and Rainer Kolb of Kingwood. The patent was originally filed on June 25, 2007, and its official number is 7,875,690. The owner of the patent is listed as Univation Technologies.
Based in the Memorial area of Houston at 5555 San Felipe St. #1950, Univation licenses technology to the petrochemical industry worldwide.
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