Oregon State University is seeking a licensee for a microfluidic device that separates blood plasma from whole blood and can facilitate downstream assays.
Oregon State University is seeking a licensee or industry collaborator for an improved KNN based thin film production process.
Oregon State University is seeking a licensee or industry collaborator for development and commercialization of a novel method of inverse micelle preparation for alginate-based nanocarriers.
This technology provides a combination of various metal sulfur chemistries utilizing dissolution/precipitation and conversion reactions.
This technology strays from traditional transparent conductive oxide modulators, providing nano-cavity modulators on strip waveguides instead of using straight waveguide modulators.
The new hazelnut variety developed at Oregon State, named ‘PollyO’, combines high nut yield, early nut maturity, small round nuts and kernels, high kernel percentage, good kernel blanching, and excellent flavor.
This technology has the ability to double the specific energy capacity of the current Li-ion batteries.
This algorithm is applicable to radiation detection and counting, for example, in Gamma spectroscopy.
Oregon State University is seeking a licensee or collaborative research partner to develop a Mycobacterium bovis vaccine for the prevention of bovine tuberculosis.
This technology is a pressure pass-through apparatus for a distributed strain sensor assembly.
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