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Coherently Scattering Probes for Super-Resolved Mapping

 

Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed coherently scattering probes to allow imaging of intracellular structures at nanometer spatial resolution...

Computed Pathology: Stain-Free Computational Imaging

 

Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a method of stain-free chemical imaging to highlight the morphology and molecular content of biological...

Four Level Laser Pumping Method

 

Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a new laser pumping method which provides efficient and continuous high power (>10W) lasers in the...

Extreme Miniaturized 3D Spiral On-Chip Inductors, Transformers, and Transmission Lines

 

Inductors

Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a novel design of on-chip inductors using multiple turn microtubes based on stain-...

Electronic Tuning Of Site Selectivity For Complex Molecule Synthesis

 

Researchers from the University of Illinois have developed a method for selectively derivatizing complex natural molecules such as Amphotericin B. The technology...

Graphics & Tools from the NCSA's Advanced Visualization Laboratory

 

The Advanced Visualization Laboratory (AVL) creates high-fidelity, data-driven scientific visualizations in 3D.

These visualizations provide insight into...

Injectable, Cellular-Scale Optoelectronics With Applications For Wireless Optogenetics

 

Researchers from the University of Illinois and Washington University have developed a new design for injectable class of cellular-scale optoelectronics with...

Ionizable Isotopic Labeling Reagents for Relative Quantification

 

Liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry (LC/MS) is increasingly being used for metabolic analysis due in part to its widespread availability and compatibility...

Femto-Joule Atomic Scale Reversible Switch

 

A device that incorporates teachings of the present disclosure may include, for example, a memory array having a first array of nanotubes, a second array of...

Inverse Scattering for Broadband Scanning Near-Field Microscopy

 

The development of near-field scanning optical microscopy (NSOT) has been driven by the need for an imaging technique that retains the various contrast mechanisms...

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About our Portfolio

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is a world-class research institution boasting a respected and accomplished faculty, high national rankings, state-of-the-art facilities, and a history of ground-breaking research.  The University's research budget is more than $600 million annually, placing it among the nation's top generators of innovation.

The Office of Technology Management's portfolio of licensable innovations represents the breadth and depth of the University's research enterprise.  

Ready-to-Sign Licensing Program

The goal of this program is to facilitate rapid licensing and the transfer of University intellectual property. Standard terms and conditions have already been determined for each of these technologies, as represented in the linked agreements which are are "ready-to-sign." The terms reflected in Ready-to-Sign agreements are only available to qualified parties who complete the required information, sign, and return the agreement without modification to the Office of Technology Management. 

Encouraging Economic Development in Illinois

If you will be developing or producing Products that are covered by the RtS License in the state of Illinois, we will waive the 1st year fee. To qualify for this waiver, on Part 1 of the License indicate the Illinois address where you will be developing or making Products covered by the RtS License.