UW awarded a patent for electro-spinning co-developed by LFP resident

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

The University of Washington, Seattle, has been assigned a patent filed December 12, 2006 (7,981,353), developed by Stuart B. Mitchell, Lake Forest Park, WA, and Joan E. Sanders, Sammamish, WA, for a "method for controlled electrospinning."

According to reporter Satyaban Rath, "An electrospinning apparatus and methodology is described that produces medical devices, such as scaffolds that induce the formation of a natural fibrous structure (primarily collagen and elastin) in a tissue-engineered medical device." These are similar to or mimic the structure of animal tissue.


Anonymous,  July 28, 2011 at 1:23 PM  

Why is Deputy Mayor Hall talking about trees in some yet unidentified suburb? Is he advocating and implementing policy Snohomish County, his employer; or is he implementing the best policy for Shoreline?

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