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What is Technology Transfer?

For an overview of the commercialization process and the impact it can have on our economy and everyday lives, check out our "What is T2?" video!

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Available Technologies

Available Tech

Search thousands of available technologies from our federal labs that are ready for licensing.

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Our Technology Locator service offers personalized search assistance to connect you to federal laboratory expertise and technologies.

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T2 Mechanisms

T2 Mechanisms

Ready to work with a federal lab? The T2 Mechanisms database provides searchable sample agreements needed to complete the transfer process.

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SUCCESS STORIES

Successful technology commercialization stories that have generated industry and economic impacts for our nation.

LATEST NEWS

Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane) has named Jenna Dix its new Office of Research and Technology Applications (ORTA) Technology Transfer (T2) Director. Dix previously served as NSWC Crane’s T2 Agreements Administrator. (Photo by NSWC Crane Corporate Communications)

Respiratory therapist Catherine Abee displays her invention, the heat-enhanced pulse oximeter, while in the company of colleagues at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System. (Photo credit: Bill George)

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Army-funded researchers at Cornell University are using artificial intelligence to search for a catalyst that would allow them to replace hydrogen with methanol to make fuel cells more efficient. (Photo credit: CCDC ARL)

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