A class of highly stable organic semiconductors uniquely suited for high-rate and low-cost manufacturing processes such as high-speed printing and dip blade, and spray coating. Superior oxidation, thermal stabilities, and excellent solubility in a variety of solvents characterize the proprietary "acene" structure of these organic semiconductors.
I Want To Use UNH Technology To Start a Company. Now What?
UNHI views a start-up opportunity very similar to a traditional licensing opportunity. In fact the only distinction we make between a “normal” license and a start-up company is (1) we recognize the company does not yet exist and requires a license to the technology to begin; and (2) we will consider taking equity in the start-up instead of an upfront fee.
Professional Development and Training is an office within the Graduate School whose mission is to serve individuals, businesses, and organizations in New Hampshire and surrounding regions by offering a wide range of professional development opportunities throughout the year, including:
The Office for Research Partnerships and Commercialization (ORPC) recently celebrated the success of faculty and staff members whose research resulted in nine patents and 65 licenses during the last year.
DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire will continue to open its doors to the business community and create new streams of revenue with the creation of UNH Innovation. UNH Innovation is about providing access to the outputs of the university.
Process for Chemically Resistant Anodized Aluminum
Dr. Dale Barkey, Professor of Chemical Engineering at UNH has developed a one-step addition to pre-existing aluminum anodizing treatments, resulting in a tenfold improvement in the metal's chemical and corrosion resistance. The coating has promising applications in marine environments, cookware, machinery, and surgical equipment among others.