New Polymeric Material for Cell Culture Devices


The electrochemical activation process is well known in the water treatment purification industry.


This invention relates to a treated particle having a core particle that is fully coated by a dual-layer coating. A hydrophobic polymer in the outer layer contains branched moieties that penetrate through the inner layer as to anchor said inner layer onto the surface of the core particle.


Technology incorporates skin care additives comprising of a component that is oxidizable by free oxygen radicals, such as organic sunscreen agents or organic dyes


Sunscreen products - Color cosmetic - Toothpaste - Covering most health care products

Patent Status

Inpart-IP Status

Stage Of Development

Inpart-Patents Link

Licensing Potential

Development partner - Commercial partner - Licensing

Licensing Status

Available for licensing. Stony Brook University is seeking to develop and commercialize, by an exclusive or non-exclusive license agreement and/or sponsored research, with a company active in the area.

Additional Info

Additional Information: Source: AdoreBeautyNZ,, Pixabay Licence
Patent Information:
Case ID: R8605
For Information, Contact:
Donna Tumminello
Assistant Director
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Lee Wilson
Alexander Lee
Miriam Rafailovich
Cell Culture
Cell Growth