Inventions and Patents
2007: Composition (Martian Simulant Soil) and Methods for Removal of Toxic Netaks andRadionuclides, by R. Cuero (Prairie View A&M University and D. McKay (NASA-JSC-Houston, USA). U.S. Patent #7309437
2007: "A Bioglass with Effective Antibacterial Properties: Elimination of Resistant PathogenicStaphylococcus Aureus and Other Pathogenic Bacteria." In process for patenting, licensing, and registration
2007: "A Bioactive Glass for Effective Control of Pathogenic Bacteria and Fungi". In process for patenting, licensing and registration.
2005: Invention. A Biological Active Glass with Antifungal and Antibacterial Properties.
2004: Effective Removal of Radio-nuclear and Heavy Metal Pollutants, using a Martian Simulant Material. Patent in Process by NASA. U.S. Provisional Patent #60-534805.
2004: Enhancement of Purification of Crude Oil: Reduction of Sulfur Contamination.
2003: Antimicrobial Compound.
1998: Effective Fungal Biocontrol in Plant and Food. U.S. Patent #5,830,459.
1996: Semi Scale Pilot System to Study Bioremediation of Chemicals and Oil.
1996: Recovery and Flocculation of Toxic Metals: Chromium, Lead, Zinc and Copper.
1995: Learning Science by Doing It: A Holistic Method Utilizing Computer Communications Networks. Copyright, International Program for Scientific Training. Copyright.
1995: Enhancement of B-Carotene and Vitamin A and Essential Nutrients in Plants. Invention in filing process for patent application.