I thought the original post was a scam so I was excited to find an actual authentic appearing article of any sort but I was not 100% sure that the phrase "Liquid Metal" used in the article referered to any of the LQMT patented metals. Only read the article only very quickly before posting. Now I read more carefully and
It is is 'almost certainly" NOT "our" liquid metal as they say: Biomedical engineers have been eyeing the liquid metal alloy gallium-indium-selenium for some time (67 percent Ga, 20.5 percent In and 12.5 percent Se by volume). This material is liquid at body temperature
and is thought to be entirely benign. Consequently, they have been studying various ways of using it inside the body, such as for imaging.
So sorry, should have read carefully before posting....
No I don't know who owns the patents but I put a call in to "Otis" and perhaps they will be interested enough to return my call and comment on this, as their use of the (translated) word pair "Liquid Metal" is clearly misleading AND because it is Not entirely impossible that "our" lqmt has some overlapping "interest" - perhaps from the old original research program days, that something was done in this area that they might have (some) rights to?
(I've been wanting to call them to see if the phone is still connected :) it was, but a recording, could be interesting how / when they reply? )