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DNA Sequencing Systems Using Nanoscale Field Effect Sensor Arrays

 

This invention is a novel approach to performing DNA sequencing-by-synthesis methodology that is anticipated to make DNA sequencing routine, highly accurate and...

Modeling of Microfluidic Systems for High Throughput Cell Culture

 

This portfolio of microfluidic technologies improves cell culture techniques. Current cell culture techniques have several limitations: they are resource and...

Water Resistant Metal-Organic Frameworks

 

The construction of nanoporous metal-organic frameworks (MOF) by copolymerization of organic molecules with metal ions has received widespread attention in recent...

RF Coil for Improving Tuning Range, Cost and Maintaining Q

 

A radio frequency (RF) coil comprising a plurality of electrically uninterrupted conductive legs, each leg having a first end and a second end, and at least one...

Cell Encapsulation in Uniform Microcapsules with Built-In Cell Centering Mechanism

 

A system that incorporates teachings of the present disclosure may include, for example, an apparatus having an outer nozzle operable to discharge an outer stream...

Therapeutic Scheme for Human Basigin

 

Cancer researchers are focusing their efforts on identifying central pathways that trigger or enhance the invasiveness of tumor cells. One such target is EMMPRIN...

Spectroscopic Near-Field Scanning Optical Tomography

 

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...

Near-Field Volume Scanning Optical Tomography

 

The Near-field Volume Scanning Optical Tomography (NVSOT) improves upon the existing Near-field Scanning Optical Microscopy (NSOM) modalities by extending the...

Robust Determination of Anisotropic Polarizability of Nanoparticles Using Coherent Confocal Microscopy

 

It is currently difficult to determine the shapes of nanoparticles. Current methods rely on fluorescence or Raman-spectroscopy, yet these methods are not always...

In-Situ Simultaneous Actuation and Displacement Sensing with Electrostatic Actuators Using Amplitude and/or Phase Modulation

 

An electrostatic drive includes a first electrode and a second electrode responsive to a drive signal. The drive signal includes an actuation signal constituent...

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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.