Carbon Sciences, Inc. (OTCBB: CABN) is a developer of a breakthrough technology that transforms carbon dioxide (CO2) into high-value, earth-friendly products. Recently, the company deposited an international PCT patent application pursuant to last year’s filing of United States patent application 11/749,741 with the U.S. Patent Office. The application is in regard to the company’s elusive method for the transformation and sequestration of carbon dioxide.
The publishing of the international PCT application is expected to occur by the end of November 2008. As far as future plans go for the company concerning the protection of their technology, they are focusing their efforts on proceeding with national phase entries in various countries by November 2009, particularly countries with important mining industries.
“We are particularly proud of the fact that the technologies we are developing will have international impact,” commented Derek McLeish, CEO of Carbon Sciences. “As we continue to develop our intellectual property portfolio, we are also exploring relationships with potential strategic partners to enable worldwide transformation of carbon dioxide.”
Wesley B. Ames, patent agent from the firm Ames IP Law, said, “This PCT application has been filed so as to protect the various highly innovative technologies being developed by Carbon Sciences, Inc. concerning carbon dioxide transformation.”
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