BioMin™ Patents

BioMin™ is an award winning patented technology.

BioMin Technologies Ltd has and continues to develop destructible glasses containing Calcium Sodium Halide Phosphosilicate as additives for formulation of professional dental and consumer oral care products based, also described as Bioactive Glass, through the use of licences granted from Queen Mary University of London (“QMUL”) and Imperial Innovations Limited (“IIL”) as follows:

  1. QMUL has developed certain technology and owns certain intellectual property rights relating to “Chlorine-containing Silicate Glasses and Glass Ceramic” which is covered by WO 2014/154874A3 filed by QMUL including (i) QMUL UK Patent Application No: 1305774.0; (ii) any other patent applications filed by QMUL which claim priority from the foregoing; (iii) any patents granted pursuant to any of the patent applications in (i) and (ii) above; and (iv) any continuations, continuations in part applications, extensions, reissues, substitutions, divisions, supplementary protection certificates and similar rights in any part of the world that are based on any of the patent applications and/or patents referred to in (i), (ii) and (iii) above. 
     
  2. IIL owns certain technology and intellectual property rights relating to “Multicomponent Glasses for use in Personal Care Products” which is covered by the patent application published as WO 2011000866 filed by IIL (“IIL Patent Application”). Including (i) IIL Patent Application; (ii) any other patent applications filed by IIL which claim priority from the foregoing; (iii) any patents granted pursuant to any of the patent applications in (i) and (ii) above; and (iv) any continuations, continuations in part applications, extensions, reissues, substitutions, divisions, supplementary protection certificates and similar rights in any part of the world that are based on any of the patent applications and/or patents referred to in (i), (ii) and (iii) above.
     
  3. QMUL has developed certain technology and owns certain intellectual property rights relating to “Bioactive Glass Composition” which is covered by the patent application published as WO 2011161422 filed by QMUL, including (i) QMUL UK Patent Application No 1010758.9; (ii) any other patent applications which claim priority from the foregoing; (iii) any patents granted pursuant to any of the patent applications in (i) and (ii) above; and (iv) any continuations, continuations in part applications, extensions, reissues, substitutions, divisions, supplementary protection certificates and similar rights in any part of the world that are based on any of the patent applications and/or patents referred to in (i), (ii) and (iii) above.