May 3, 2021
K-State Innovation Partners recognizes 2019-2020 K-State inventors, plant breeders
The Office of the Vice President for Research and K-State Innovation Partners are honoring K-State inventors and plant breeders who were issued patents or plant variety protection, or PVP, certificates in the past two years.
A reception to recognize each inventor or plant breeder with plaques and certificates is typically held each spring, however, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the spring 2020 event was canceled. While there will not be an in-person reception this spring, Innovation Partners is recognizing the hard work and innovation of K-State's faculty and staff.
Over the next two weeks — May 3-14 — Innovation Partners will showcase faculty and staff inventors who received new patents or PVP certificates in 2019 and 2020. Please help congratulate our inventors and breeders and share the posts with others. Follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn to help celebrate innovation at K-State.
Find a full list of K-State patents and PVP certificates online.
K-State Innovation Partners is committed to collaborating with university, industry and communities to deliver a streamlined mission of corporate engagement, technology commercialization and economic development. Driven by innovation, this nationally unique organizational structure serves K-State, community partners and industry in one comprehensive unit. This allows for efficient intellectual property protection, economic opportunities and a consistent experience for partners. As a service unit and partner, we are dedicated to collaboration with internal and external stakeholders to identify common goals and shared initiatives for the benefit of K-State, communities and the state of Kansas.
If you have an invention, please share it with us through our invention disclosure form. We want to recognize you for your research and innovation.