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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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T2 TOOLKIT

Access laboratory resources and form valuable connections with our FREE and easy-to-use T2 tools.

FLC Business

FLC Business

Find federal laboratories, cutting-edge facilities and equipment, funding opportunities, and other accessible resources to help grow your business!

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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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Tech Locator

Tech Locator

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.

T2 Mechanisms

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Looking for specific T2 information? Search our database of federal resources with one, easy search.

SUCCESS STORIES

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

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Fusion rendering by PPPL

Depiction by Eliot Feibush/PPPL and Julian Kates-Harbeck/Harvard University

Each technology presented at the 2019 Technology Innovation Showcase at ORNL shows promise as a breakthrough with significant commercial potential. (Photo credit: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy)

Researchers from the RDCRN-supported Myasthenia Gravis Rare Disease Network are studying rare, chronic autoimmune diseases that affect how well nerves and muscles communicate with each other. Neuromuscular junctions, where motor nerves (green) send signals to muscles (red), are shown here. (Photo credit: Xiangyang Zhang, Ph.D., The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences)

LEARNING CENTER

Accelerate your T2 education with our extensive training and resource materials.