Blood preservation with STBS - gateway to personalized medicine

Patent No. PL238511 granted

The Polish Patent Office granted the second patent to SPARK TECH for the invention concerning a device for automation of the density gradient separation.

BSL-2 standard granted for SPARK TECH laboratory

Biosafety level two laboratory enables SPARK TECH team to work with agents associated with human disease e.g. pathogenic or infectious organisms posing a moderate hazard, including COVID-19.

Patent No. PL237582 granted

The Polish Patent Office granted the patent to SPARK TECH for the invention concerning a device for automation of the density gradient separation.

SPARK TECH invited presentation at Global Entrepreneurship Week in Malopolska

On November 18, 2021 will take palce invited on-line presentation of SPARK TECH entitled „SME Instrument – tips for applicants in EIC Accelerator EU funding scheme”.

Acquisition of New Technology from the Jagiellonian University

SPARK-TECH acquired a patent family titled SUPERPARAMAGNETIC IRON OXIDE NANOPARTICLES WITH ULTRA-THIN POLYMER LAYERS from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. This patent family includes the European patent No. EP2922577 B1 and the Polish patent No. PAT.227182. The European patent has been validated in Germany, France, Great Britain, Ireland and Switzerland.

IPR protection in China

Publication of Spark-Tech patent application in China.

STBS project selected for funding from NCBR – the Polish Governmental Funding Office

In May 2019, SPARK-TECH signed grant agreament with The National Centre for Research and Development to develop Spark-Tech Biobanking System (STBS). Value of this project is 11 300 248,31 PLN (2,6 mln EURO) with EU contribution of 8 836 058,10 PLN (2,2 mln EURO). Project will be conducted from June 2019 to May 2021. https://www.ncbr.gov.pl/fileadmin/POIR/3_1.1.1_2018_MSP_Seal_of_Excellence/lista_rankingowa_listopad_2018_SOE.pdf…
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STBS at a glance!

Spark-Tech Biobanking System (STBS) and its components pictured in red cross are to streamline diagnostic effort. Figure illustrates that specimen collection (green frame) can be done simply in various conditions. Later STBS in automated fashion separates and preserves patient samples which can be send to analyses remotely (blue frame).    

Commercial implementation agreement

Spark-Tech signed an agreement to lead implementation of National project awarded to Katarzyna Marzec PhD within Lider program http://jcet.eu/new_en/research/#012 . Spark-Tech will be responsible for IPR and commercial aspects of project results.

IPR protection in USA

Publication of Spark-Tech patent application in United States