Some pending patents have been licensed to Olfactor
Meanwhile, a California-based start-up Olfactor
Laboratories has developed a sticker, Kite Mosquito Patch, that the company claims can make wearers virtually invisible to mosquitoes for up to 48 hours, by masking their carbon dioxide emissions.
Laboratories, II which developed the patch, has filed for a patent and is collaborating with NGOs to make it available worldwide.
The intellectual property was licensed to Olfactor
Laboratories Inc., a company that grew around the technology, expanded the research, filed additional patents and developed related technologies that eventually led to the product.
The Kite Patch is the creation of a collaborative effort between ieCrowd, an innovation venture capital group, and Olfactor Laboratories (OLI), a subsidiary of ieCrowd.
Olfactor Laboratories received more funding from the NIH to further develop the Kite technology, and the company is working with the US Department of Agriculture and the US Walter Reed Army Institute for Research to test a range of technologies relating to mosquitos and other insects.
The idea for the Kite came in 2011 from Anandasankar Ray, an entomologist at the University of California, Riverside, and also the founder of Olfactor Labs.
With Kite, the company set up Olfactor Laboratories to develop new, safer chemicals based on the founder's research.
Laboratories and the University of California at Riverside were helped in their endeavour to create the Kite Patch by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.
Daily deal business group Deal A Day Group Corp (DADG) (OTC Pink Markets:DEEL) said on Friday that it has sold its ownership interests in two subsidiary companies, Olfactor
Laboratories Inc (OLI) and Nano Engineered Applications Inc (NEA).
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