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Picarro and Stanford Extend Patent Agreement

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2005
In California, Picarro Inc. of Sunnyvale and Stanford University have agreed to extend an exclusive licensing agreement on Stanford patents for a minimum of five years. The patents, eight issued and five pending, cover the sensing technology behind a method for detecting and quantifying trace amounts of chemicals. This cavity ringdown spectroscopy technique was developed by Stanford and commercialized by Picarro for a growing number of applications. Picarro, which has incorporated the technology into its ESP-1000 trace gas detectors, provides photonic products for life sciences, environmental monitoring and industrial process control.

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