New York University Patent Portfolio Statistics

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This article summarizes the perfomance of the assignee in the recent years. The overall statistics for this portfolio help to analyze the areas where the assignee is performing well. The filing trend, perfomance across the tech centers and the perfomance of the recent applications has been mentioned below. All the stats are calculated based on the perfomance in USPTO.

How does the overall patent portfolio of New York University look like?

Total Applications: 1,593
Granted Patents: 983
Grant Index 74.13 %
Abandoned/Rejected Applications: 343 (25.87%)
In-Process Applications: 266
Average Grant Time: 3.45 Years
Average Office Actions: 2.1

Which Technology Area New York University is filing most patents in? (Last 10 years)

Art Unit Definition Total Applications
1645 Immunology, Receptor/Ligands, Cytokines Recombinant Hormones, and Molecular Biology 54
1649 Immunology, Receptor/Ligands, Cytokines Recombinant Hormones, and Molecular Biology 47
Opap Parked GAU 42
1631 Molecular Biology, Bioinformatics, Nucleic Acids, Recombinant DNA and RNA, Gene Regulation, Nucleic Acid Amplification, Animals and Plants, Combinatorial/ Computational Chemistry 40
1647 Immunology, Receptor/Ligands, Cytokines Recombinant Hormones, and Molecular Biology 37

How many patents are New York University filing every year?

Year Total Applications
2022 0*
2021 26*
2020 44
2019 63
2018 57

*The drop in the number of applications filed in last two years compared to previous years is because applications can take up to 18 months to get published

Recently filed patent applications of New York University in USPTO?

Publication number: US20210404958A1
Application number: 17/473,259

Abstract:
Exemplary computer-accessible medium, systems, and methods are described herein which can provide an excited fluorescence radiation. In accordance with certain exemplary embodiments of the present disclosure, an excited fluorescence radiation can be provided using a beam of a probe so as to excite a molecule to an excited state for a fluorescence emission to effectuate the excited fluorescence radiation. The molecule can be detected based on the fluorescence emission. For example, the beam of the probe can be either the near-infrared spectrum or the visible light spectrum.

Publication date: 2021-12-30
Applicant: New York University
Inventors: Lu Wei


Publication number:
Application number: 17/432,750

Abstract:
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Publication date:
Applicant: New York University
Inventors: Michele Pagano


Publication number: US20210364403A1
Application number: 17/396,980

Abstract:
Systems and methods for uniquely identifying fluid-phase products by endowing them with fingerprints composed of dispersed colloidal particles, and by reading out those fingerprints on demand using Total Holographic Characterization. A library of chemically inert colloidal particles is developed that can be dispersed into soft materials, the stoichiometry of the mixture encoding user-specified information, including information about the host material. Encoded information then can be recovered by high-speed analysis of holographic microscopy images of the dispersed particles. Specifically, holograms of individual colloidal spheres are analyzed with predictions of the theory of light scattering to measure each sphere's radius and refractive index, thereby building up the distribution of particle properties one particle at a time. A complete analysis of a colloidal fingerprint requires several thousand single-particle holograms and can be completed in ten minutes.

Publication date: 2021-11-25
Applicant: New York University
Inventors: B David Ruffner


How are New York University’s applications performing in USPTO?

Application Number Title Status Art Unit Examiner
17/473,259 Stimulated Raman Coupled Fluorescence Spectroscopy And Microscopy System And Method Docketed New Case – Ready for Examination OPAP Central, Docket
17/432,750 Photoswitchable Protacs And Synthesis And Uses Thereof
17/396,980 Colloidal Fingerprints For Soft Materials Using Total Holographic Characterization Docketed New Case – Ready for Examination OPAP Central, Docket
17/424,474 Antibodies Specific To Delta 1 Chain Of T Cell Receptor Docketed New Case – Ready for Examination OPAP Central, Docket
17/378,375 Topological Qubit Architecture Based On Josephson Junction Fabricated On Two-Dimensional Electron Gases OPAP Central, Docket