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Current UNF technologies
that are available to license include:
The University of North Florida is
seeking companies interested in commercializing new synthetic methods for
the preparation of pentauorosulfanyl (SF5) aromatic diazonium salts and the
application of such salts as building blocks
for a wide variety of compounds useful in biomedical,
pharmaceutical, agricultural, and materials applications. The new methods facilitate access to a wide
variety of SF5-aromatic compounds whose synthesis by other means is challenging
and not economical due to their reliance on exotic/hazardous reagents and harsh
conditions. Download more information about this new technology.
The UNF Sensor Group has developed four patented and patent-pending sensors that have the potential to significantly impact multiple industries, including national security, health care, agriculture, and manufacturing.
University of North Florida, in collaboration with the University of
Florida, is seeking companies interested in commercializing direct
methanol fuel cells for greater energy storage capacity in portable
electronics, including laptops. The direct methanol fuel cells (DMFCs) are
two to three times smaller than available rechargeable batteries for 24-hour
operation. Methanol is an inexpensive, widely available fuel that can be
extracted from both natural gas and renewable plant materials, such as wood.
Though long-lasting, existing DMFCs are the size of a briefcase and
require bulky fans, exit condensers and other water management components
to function properly. The University of Florida is taking the lead in managing
this intellectual property; more information can be found through their Office
of Technology Licensing.
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