The US Army seeks industry partnership to commercialize a unique flexible water bag assembly through patent licensing.
Advanced Materials & Nanotechnology
The US Army seeks to commercialize through patent licensing a mechanism which allows quick-change modularity of firearm muzzle devices without the need of any special tools.
The US Air Force seeks a partner to license and commercialize patented technologies that allow facile routes to impart a myriad of useful properties to carbon nanomaterials
The US Naval Surface Warfare Center, Indian Head Division, seeks a partner to commercialize a military-grade lead-free primer for ammunition and other applications
The US Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Division, seeks a partner to commercialize a military-grade drop-in replacement for lead styphnate in ammunition and other percussion primer applications
US Navy seeks to commercialize through patent licensing an innovative modular safe room.
The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize a suite of patented metal finishing conversion coating, etching, and primer technologies that do not use chromates
The US Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAVAIR) seeks licensees to commercialize a unique formulation and kit to address mildew and fungal growth without causing corrosive damage to the cleaning surface.
The US Army seeks a partner to license and commercialize a device to quantitatively assess the performance of anti-fog coatings for spectacles, goggles, and other eyewear
The US Navy has developed and patented active aluminum rich primers that, applied to aluminum surfaces, offer superior protection against galvanic corrosion, are cost competitive with hexavalent chromium and offer comparable salt spray protection, as well as environmental and health advantages.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center in Dahlgren, Virginia, seeks to commercialize through patent licensing a novel invention which allows precise and repeatable device mounting.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) in Dahlgren, Virginia, seeks to commercialize its development efforts through patent licensing. These technologies enhance both military issue weapons and commercially available sporting arms.
The US Army Natick Soldier Center (NSC) seeks to commercialize through patent licensing a body cooling garment which utilizes fluid-carrying tubes and provides both air and vapor permeability to make a flexible, comfortable garment. This garment is breathable and launderable, and will maintain comfortable core body temperature in extreme environments, or under abnormal weather conditions such as heat waves.
The US Air Force seeks to commercialize through licensing an easy-to-implement, robust, and accurate method for contact angle measurement: the Transition Angle Method (TAM). TAM is applicable to both wetting and non-wetting liquids in static and dynamic situations.
The US Army seeks to license US patent 6,672,323, a self-erecting tent and bednet that is lightweight, easily sets up in seconds, and quickly folds down for compact storage.