ARL’s Sensors and Electronic Devices Directorate has developed an improved lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4) material that offers a lower-cost, more environmentally friendly alternative to commercial lithium cobalt oxide (LiCoO2) for cathodes found in rechargeable batteries.
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The US Army seeks a partner to license and commercialize a scanning probe microscope technology that substantially improves resolution and allows for direct and accurate interpretation of topographical features without the need for a reference lattice
The US Army seeks a partner to license and commercialize an advanced laser-based system for precision tracking and ranging of fast-moving objects at distances from tens of meters to several kilometers
The US Army seeks a partner to license and commercialize a Lithium-Ion Battery (LiB) electrolyte system with high performance across a wide temperature range
The US Army seeks a partner to license and commercialize a novel cutting tool to hold, measure, and cleave solder alloys as die attach preform material for electronic chip components.
The US Air Force Research Laboratory at Eglin AFB has developed and scaled up to 200,000lb+ quantity USAF-96TM Steel. USAF-96 Steel is a low alloy steel that when thermally processed with the inventive method has the following typical values: an ultimate tensile strength of 245 ksi; yield strength at 0.2% offset of 187 ksi; elongation to failure of 13%; and an impact toughness as measured with a Charpy V-notch test @ -40oC of 30 ft-lb.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division seeks a partner to further develop and commercialize a patented technique to create harder aluminum engine cylinders via centrifugal casting while mitigating strength losses
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 Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, seeks to commercialize through patent licensing a new magnetostrictive smart material with excellent characteristics for use in sensors, actuators, energy harvesting applications, and active structural supports.
The US Air Force seeks a partner to license and commercialize its film deposition and device fabrication techniques for high performance indium-free TTFTs based on nc-ZnO. The combination of transparency, high mobility, and room-temperature processing makes the ZnO-TFT a very promising low-cost optoelectronic device for the next generation of invisible and flexible electronics.
The US Army RDECOM seeks a partner to license and commercialize a facile synthesis route to a family of halogen modified lithium-manganese (Li-Mn) spinel materials suitable for use as cathodes in rechargeable lithium electrochemical systems
The US Army seeks a partner to license and commercialize its PiezoMEMS patent portfolio centered around PZT thin film-based PiezoMEMS technology with superior performance through the use of developed, tested, and patented fabrication methods, device designs, and testing methods
The US Naval Research Laboratory seeks a partner to license and commercialize an innovative technique that provides real-time and label-free imaging of cellular protein secretions using commercially available microscopes
The US Army seeks a partner to license and commercialize an innovative self-adjusting "RAT Strap" technology that is stretchable under normal use but rigid in response to large forces
The US Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) has developed an innovative technique to transfer graphene sheets from one substrate to another via the use of thermal release tape. The technique enables clean and crackless graphene transfer for large scale device production. The size of the graphene film transferred is limited only by the available dimensions of the transfer tape.