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Developing self-healing technologies that extend the lifetime of coatings.
Commercializing absorbents as well as microfluidic and microanalytical devices.
Commercializing Microcavity Plamsa "microplasma" lighting technology.
Developing new electronic modules, lessons and kits.
Develops epi-wafters that are tailored for optimal performance in photonics and RF semiconductor components.
Develops microtechnology for improved, functional surfaces on extruded products and processes.
Commercializing a dual-atomic microscope scribing technology for performing nanolithography via plastic deformation of metallic surfaces.
A supplier of technology and services to imaging scanner equipment makers and supply chain parteners, increasing the computational efficiency of image construction in CT, PET, SPECT, and MRI.
Designing innovative brass instrument leadpipes and mouthpieces, such as the multi-tapered MADPipe. Based on the research of Ph.D. graduate Matthew Dixon, from the College of Fine and Applied Arts.
Developing processes and applications that enable high performance electronics to be placed in novel environments and form factors.
A machine tool manufacturer, specializing in building high performance CNC machine tools that have been optimized to fabricate small high precision parts.
Develops the highest mass sensitivity attainable using miniaturized NMR detector flowcells and microcoils.
Pioneers the commercial development of high speed, low cost, and power efficient fiber optics communication solutions based on the Tilted Charge Dynamics technology platform.
Develops low cost, high performance concentrator photovoltaic (CPV) modules to make solar-power generation economically viable in sunny, dry climates.
Helping highway and tollway authorities assess the sustainability of roadway construction and operations. Developed by Imad Al-Qadi from the College of Engineering and located in the EnterpriseWorks incubator.
Developing the first multi-material 3D electronics printers in the world. Based on the research of Jennifer Lewis, formerly from the College of Engineering.
Developing lightweight, wearable near- eld communication technology with potential uses ranging from patient monitoring to consumer transaction payments. Based on the research of John Rogers, formerly from the College of Engineering. The company is located in the EnterpriseWorks incubator.
A cost-effective and scalable manufacturing platform for integrating microscale devices such as lasers, LEDs or integrated circuits onto non-native substrates.
Exploring a novel method of using nanotechnology to increase ion transport and energy extraction to produce a new electrode architecture called StructurePore.