In a story by Staff Reporter Carrie Ghose, Patinformatics Managing Director, Anthony Trippe was asked to comment on the patent filings associated with Columbus startup Nanofiber Solutions. Mr. Trippe felt that the small company had a good chance of receiving at least one patent on their pending applications, but wondered if their specification might limit their ability to cover their technology widely in the future.
When asked about a cease and desist letter that Nanofiber Solutions sent a deep-pocket competitor, Mr. Trippe also reminded the readers that the company needs to get an application granted before they could proceed. Placing the competitor on notice was still important though for future potential.
The article Nanofiber Solutions looks ahead to regenerative medicine market was published in the January 10th, 2014 issue of Columbus Business First (subscription required).
Carrie Ghose covers startups and technology for Columbus Business First.