Licensing Opportunities

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The University of New Hampshire has a number of exciting technologies and innovations that are currently available for license.  Select a category to view more information on related innovations.

Aerospace

  • Tech ID: 12_015 - Free Space Optical Telemetry Using Super-Bright LEDs
  • Tech ID: 10_001 - NSPECT Portable Imaging Neutron Spectrometer
  • Field-Deployble Neutron Camera

Communication

Computer

  • Tech ID: 04_011 - Chemical for Data Destruction
  • Tech ID: 12_033 - Sheepdog, Data Center Watchdog

Engineering

Viscoelastic Liquid Drop Generator

A patented method of creating discrete droplets of a desired size from viscoelastic materials, eliminating waste caused by the beads-on-string effect, which is a common problem when dispensing viscoelastic materials. Innovators: Dr. Brian Zukas & Nivedita Gupta, Ph.D. (Tech ID: 13_034)

Visit the innovation spotlight page to learn more:

Viscoelastic Liquid Drop Generator

  • Tech ID: 10_009 - Method and System for Removal of Trihalomethanes from Water Supplies
  • Tech ID: 11_015 - Pressurized Diffused Aeration System to Remove Trihalomethanes in a Water Distribution System

Environment

  • Tech ID: 10_009 - Method and System for Removal of Trihalomethanes from Water Supplies
  • Tech ID: 11_015 - Pressurized Diffused Aeration System to Remove Trihalomethanes in a Water Distribution System

Information Systems

  • Tech ID:  07_010 - System to Perfect Intellectual Property Security Interests

Instrumentation

Materials & Chemicals

  • Tech ID: 04_011 - Chemical for Data Destruction

Tech ID: 12_009 - Process for Chemically Resistant Anodized Aluminum


Nanoparticle-Based Flux with Nonevaporable Solvent

A titanium oxide-based nanoparticle flux in nonevaporable solvent for use in tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding of thick plates, this flux offers penetrative depth of up to 14mm on a single pass.  Innovators: Dr. Sebastian Balos and Marko Knezevic, Ph.D.

Download the nonconfidential brief to learn more:

Nanoparticle-Based Flux with Nonevaporable Solvent Brief


Novel Treatment of Anodized Aluminim Component

  • Tech ID: 13_023 - One-Step Method of Synthesizing Rylenes for Organic Electronics and Photovoltaic
  • Tech ID: 08_013 - Microencapsulation of Amines

Medical

  • Tech ID: 99_002 - Method and Apparatus for Imaging through 3-Dimensional Tracking of Protons

Security & Defense

  • Tech ID: 12_002 - Environmental Response Management Application (ERMA)

Semiconductors

  • Tech ID: 09_008 - A New Class of Soluble, Photooxidatively Resistant Acene Derivatives
  • Tech ID: 10_003 - Soluble, Persistent Nonacene Derivatives
  • Tech ID: 12_012 - TTPO (5,6,7-Trihiapentacene-13 one) and its derivatives:  A New Class of Thermally Stable, Photooxidatively Resistant Organic Semiconductors

Sensors & Instrumentation

  • Tech ID: 09_008 - A New Class of Soluble, Photooxidatively Resistant Acene Derivatives
  • Tech ID: 10_003 - Soluble, Persistent Nonacene Derivatives
  • Tech ID: 12_012 - TTPO (5,6,7-Trihiapentacene-13 one) and its derivatives:  A New Class of Thermally Stable, Photooxidatively Resistant Organic Semiconductors

Contact Information

Jenna Matheny
Director of Technology Transfer
jenna.matheny@unh.edu
(603) 862-2422