Tag Archives: commercialization

NASA Offers Commercial Licensing for 2 CubeSat Technologies

NASA has unveiled commercial licensing opportunities for two agency-built technologies geared for small spacecraft and satellites. The technologies were part of the recently launched Dellingr six-unit CubeSat created at the Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA said Tuesday. Enidia Santiago-Arce, senior technology manager for the Goddard Strategic Partnerships Office, said the unit constantly seeks …

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DHS Licenses 2 Cyber Tech Platforms to IP Group

The Department of Homeland Security has licensed two Pacific Northwest National Laboratory-built cybersecurity platforms to intellectual property firm IP Group through the science and technology directorate’s Transition to Practice program. IP Group transitioned the Digital Ants and MLSTONES platforms to Cynash, a newly created portfolio company that will work to integrate the …

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Deloitte Study: Manufacturing USA Helps Facilitate R&D, Address Shortage in Skilled Workforce

A new Deloitte study has found that Manufacturing USA’s network of institutes works to facilitate manufacturing innovation through research and development and helps mitigate the shortage of skilled manufacturing workers. The study also showed that the first eight manufacturing institutes formed by the departments of Defense and Energy from 2012 …

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DHS Looks to Hire More Loaned Executives for S&T Directorate

The Department of Homeland Security is currently seeking loaned executives to work with its science and technology directorate and provide assessment support and recommendations on the commercialization of research and development efforts. The incumbent or incumbents will be part of integrated product teams in an effort to evaluate the current state of technology transfer …

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DOE Seeks Proposals for Funding Opportunity on Energy Tech Transfer

The Energy Department has issued the first request for proposals on the office of technology transition’s Technology Commercialization Fund, which seeks to support the transfer of energy-related technologies to the commercial market. DOE said Friday the $20 million funding opportunity aims to facilitate the commercialization of technologies developed as part of federally funded …

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Energy Dept Seeks Partners for Sandia Labs Transfer of Active Authentication Tech

The Energy Department has issued a solicitation for industry partners to help facilitate the market readiness and commercialization of Sandia National Laboratories’ active authentication technologies. DOE said in a special notice posted June 26 on FedBizOpps that Sandia has worked to develop a Quasi-Physically Unclonable Digital ID that uses data scrambling to …

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TechFlow Taps Intellicheck Mobilisa to Support Navy Analytics Contract

TechFlow has awarded a subcontract to Intellicheck Mobilisa for the design, prototyping, deployment and commercialization of a big data analytics tool that the U.S. Navy will use to study the energy usage of networked devices. Intellicheck said Tuesday the analytics system will work to capture energy use data for analysis, predict future usage and generate insights …

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NIST Opens Solicitation Period for 2015 R&D Small Business R&D Grants

The Small Business Innovation Research program of the National Institute of Standards and Technology is seeking technology development proposals for advanced manufacturing, climate change and clean energy, cybersecurity, healthcare and bioscience. NIST said Wednesday it will award grants of up to $100,000 for research projects on the identified fields of study as part of phase …

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Kryptowire to Commercialize DHS-Funded Mobile Security Tech

A mobile security archiving technology developed by George Mason University and funded by the Department of Homeland Security will reach the commercial market through an agreement with Kryptowire, Federal Times reported Wednesday. Michael Hardy writes that the product’s commercial release is an extension of a George Mason research project, which originally received a $250,000 …

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