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Licence Agreement signed with Schottlander dental company

26 August 2019

Chlorhexidine crystals grown on surface of implant (magnification increases from left to right)
Chlorhexidine crystals grown on surface of implant (magnification increases from left to right)
Team of inventors (from left - Make Cattell, Saroash Shahid, Dong Luo and Gleb Sukhorukov)
Team of inventors (from left - Make Cattell, Saroash Shahid, Dong Luo and Gleb Sukhorukov)
Queen Mary University of London has signed IP transfer agreement on "Sustained Release Chlorhexidine Particles Technology" with Schottlander company for dental applications. Inventors are Prof. Gleb Sukhorukov and Dong Luo (former PhD student, now postdoc in Case Western Uni) together with Dr. Mike Cattell and Dr. Saroash Shahid from Institute of Dentistry
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Contact:Gleb Sukhorukov
Tel:020 7882 5508
Email:g.sukhorukov@qmul.ac.uk
Website:admin.sems.qmul.ac.uk/staff/g.sukhoruk...

Updated by: Gleb Sukhorukov