Navy lab offers patent portfolio to battle COVID
CRANE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) – The Technology Transfer Office at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division says it is now offering its library of over 300 patented technologies to interested businesses. The Naval base says it intends for businesses and entrepreneurs to utilize its technologies to help protect Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic and support economic growth.
The Technology Transfer Office says it has been authorized to negotiate royalty-free patent license agreements at a reduced price.
NSWC Crane says it has technology transfer partnerships with more than 100 businesses, individuals, and universities, helping link federal research and development to academic institutions and businesses in the private sector.
The Navy lab intends for businesses and entrepreneurs to utilize its technologies to help protect Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic and to support job and economic growth.
Montana-based TechLink is providing on-call certified licensing professionals for businesses pursuing patent license agreements.
“We’re in it to help any way we can,” said Sean Patten, senior technology manager at TechLink.
You can find more information or view the patent portfolio by clicking here.