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Commercialization
- Opportunities
- Partnerships
- JLab Tech Transfer
Terahertz
Development
     
     

Our objective is to identify, coordinate, and move translational science and engineering from lab to market. The Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility ("JLab") and our SURA-affiliated institutions own and/or control thousands of technologies available for licensing. SURA also serves as a gateway to a unique and extensive set of capability areas—in which it can partner with industry, universities, government, and foundations.

JLab technologies for licensing

  • Method and In-Situ Apparatus to Dynamically Image Radiotherapy Beams
  • Small Portable/Mobile PET Imager ...
  • Surface Nucleation Process for the Formation of Boron Nitride Nanotube
  • Method for Large Area Terahertz Imaging
  • Apparatus for Free Electron Laser Ablative Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes
  • Intense and Compact Source of Terahertz (THz) Electromagnetic Radiation
  • Method to Improve Cancerous Lesion Detection Sensitivity ...

Capabilities

  • energy: production, capture, conversion, storage, transmission
  • cleantech: efficiency, renewable, recycling, pollution reduction
  • life science: biotechnology, medical devices, pharmaceuticals
  • infotech: software, internet, communications, hardware
  • nanotech: novel nanomaterials and methods (sub-100nm)
  • other: all technologies not included above

For more information about SURA-affiliated technologies or capabilities—including downloadable reports—please contact Russell Moy at rmoy@sura.org.

At this time, there is no charge for SURA-affiliated universities and companies to post to this site. If your university or startup has technologies that may be marketable, please feel free to email a one-paragraph summary of the technology or capability Please be sure to include your affiliation with SURA, and current contact information with daytime telephone number.

 

 

 

   
   
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