CelluComp Ltd was able to access advice on intellectual property and freedom to operate from Ouzman IP Ltd, after winning a 2015 IBLF Award.
CelluComp is a dynamic material science company based in Scotland that develops high performance products based on sustainable resources. Their principle activity is to develop and commercialize Curran®, a material developed from the extraction of nano-cellulose fibres of root vegetables.
Ouzman IP provided their opinion on freedom to operate for the process of manufacture for Curran®, including a search report and assessment of published IP.
Dr Eric Whale, Cellucomp Founder and Head of Technology, said, “The IBLF Award has helped CelluComp to assess the IP environment and plan future strategy.”
This IBLF Award was sponsored by the Scottish Government.