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
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The US Army has developed an advanced laser microphone that greatly improves sensitivity through a multi-bounce architecture
The US Army Institute of Surgical Research seeks to commercialize through patent licensing a new mouthguard for securing endotracheal tubes.
The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize a platform process to improve performance and tailor characteristics of solid and foam materials made from metallic glasses, oxide glasses, plastics, ceramics, and other materials
The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize a device to measure the static charge of flying insects
The US Navy seeks a partner to license and commercialize fabric architectures to improve the performance, survivability, damage tolerance, and dynamic energy absorption of woven fiber in a broad array of applications
The US Army seeks a partner to license and commercialize a patent-pending application of rapamycin to treat toxic shock
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 Navy seeks to commercialize through licensing a family of selective, effective, plant based polyphenolic polymers for the removal of endotoxins. Proanthocyanidins (PACs) are widely found in higher plants including teas, grapes, and cranberries. PACs have been associated with potential positive health benefits including antibacterial and cardio-protective properties.
The Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) seeks to commercialize, through patent licensing, a vaccine for diarrhea caused by ETEC. ETEC is a common cause of Travelers’ Diarrhea, which is an important health problem among travelers visiting tropical and less developed countries. ETEC is also a major concern for children living in those countries.
The U.S. Air Force seeks to commercialize through patent licensing a microscopy/lithography technology that corrects for a variety of aberrations in lenses and mirrors. This allows for the use of inexpensive, imperfect optics as the objective lens to image objects with sub-micron resolution. This invention has been reduced for 2D but is equally applicable for 3D imaging.
A simple-to-make diagnostic immunoassay capable of sub-femtomolar sensitivity that is very robust against matrix contaminations.
The U.S. Navy seeks to commercialize through patent licensing an acousticelectronic stethoscope that selectively amplifies sounds of medical importance while suppressing environmental background noise.
The US Navy seeks partners to license and further develop a next generation, solvent-free decontamination product that is water-activated and effective against chemical and biological agents.
The US Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD) seeks to commercialize through patent licensing an improved method for preparing the same frozen tissue sample for both light and electron microscopy.