WARP Robotics, Charlotte, NC has Signed all Non Disclosures with NASA

WARP Robotics, Charlotte, NC has Signed all Non Disclosures with NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Johnson Space Center, Mail Code AL NASA Case No. MSC-24238-1: Microwave Tissue Welding for Wound Closure
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May 8, 2011 - PRLog -- Patrick LaRive CEO of WARP Robotics has confirmed today that he has signed the ND's with The Licensing Department of NASA and has endorsed the documents supplied. The agreements for Licensing and have received and all confidential documentation and technical specifications and data related to MSC-24238-1 notwithstanding any restrictions on use.

Patrick LaRive stated Wednesday May 4th 2011 that he and his company, WARP Robotics looks forward to working with NASA once again in this, a new exciting endeavor. This invitation from NASA gives us an opportunity to grow once more a division in our medical and engineering department, and reopen a new page. I am very excited to look closely at this and enlisting assistance in our network of resources and engineers nationally.  WARP is looking for  partners in the licensing stages and developing stages for engineering. Patrick LaRive also stated to NewsBriefs today that he has not completed the diligence on the engineering and prototyping that was completed by NASA Engineers and Inventors for patent, however the executed Non Disclosures sent to the WARP Robotics office in Charlotte, NC. From NASA has all data required for clear understanding of the invention developed for Wound Closure and Tissue Welding in the Private sector and Military Battlefield Field Use.  

About WARP Robotics, LLC Charlotte.
Chief Engineer Patrick LaRive who has worked in contractual engineering for 21st Century Radiant Barrier/NASA in Mississippi for John C Stennis Space Center with John C. Stennis Space Center Director Roy S. Estess as  design engineer for Radiant Barrier protection. RB1 was an experimental barrier for long term space flight Radiant protection in space flight encapsulation for propulsion protection. WARP Robotics is a predominantly service driven and engineering business that also provides assistance to the handicap community. WARP Robotics led by CEO/Engineer Patrick LaRive is a small company that contracts to a unique team of highly trained technical personnel, engineers, programmers and prototype professionals with an unusual sense of heart. Through intensive customer service training & automation experience.  

About: NASA Johnson Space Center notice

[Notice (10-108)]
AGENCY: National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
(Volume 75, Number 173)]
[Notices][Page 54656]
From the Federal Register via GPO Access
SUMMARY:The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, patents have been filed in the United States Patent and Trademark office.
Johnson Space Center, Mail Code AL, 2101 NASA Parkway, Houston, TX
   NASA Case No. MSC-24238-1: Microwave Tissue Welding for Wound

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WARP Robotics is a Private Company however we should confer that the risks, uncertainties and other factors referred to above include, but are not limited to, economic conditions, particularly consumer spending and corporate capital expenditures in the United States, Europe, Japan, China and other Asian countries; volatility in demand for electronic equipment and components from business and industrial customers, as well as consumers in many product and geographical markets; currency rate fluctuations, notably between the yen, the U.S. dollar, the euro, the Chinese yuan, Asian currencies and other currencies in which the WARP may operate in future businesses, or in which assets and liabilities of the WARP Group are denominated; the possibility of the WARP Group incurring additional costs of raising funds, because of changes in the fund raising environment; the ability of the WARP Robotics to respond to rapid technological changes and changing consumer preferences with timely and cost-effective introductions of new products in markets that are highly competitive in terms of both price and technology; the possibility of not achieving expected results on the alliances or mergers and acquisitions including the acquisition of all future shares if WARP decides to go public. WARP may decide to achieve its business objectives through joint ventures and other collaborative agreements with other companies; the ability of the WARP  Group to maintain competitive strength in many product and geographical areas.

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