# of Displayed Technologies: 10 / 50


Categories

Electroreductive Recycling of Triphenylphosphine Oxide to Triphenylphosphine
TS-048738 — Novel electrochemical recycling method for selective and scalable reduction of triphenylphosphine oxide to triphenylphosphine
The Need Triphenylphosphine (TPP) is a widely used organic chemical, employed in everything from the pharmaceutical to the agro-chemical industries. TPP is a key reagent in many important synthetic pathways, including the Appel, Mitsunobu, Staudinger, and Wittig reactions, where it is stoichiometri…
  • College: College of Arts & Sciences
  • Inventors: Sevov, Christo; Manabe, Shuhei
  • Licensing Officer: Bartell, Cordellia

Transition Metal Free Alkyne Hydrogenation and Semihydrogenation Catalysts
TS-048726 — Novel, transition metal-free catalysts capable of alkyne hydrogenation and semihydrogenation under modest conditions.
The Need Numerous industrial processes require alkyne semihydrogenation or hydrogenation reactions. For example, hydrogenation is necessary for the industrial-scale synthesis vitamin A, the creation of high molecular weight polymers, and the processing of petroleum into functionally useful derivati…
  • College: College of Arts & Sciences
  • Inventors: Goldberger, Joshua; Hodge, Kelsey
  • Licensing Officer: Bartell, Cordellia

Transition Metal Free Alkyne Hydrogenation and Semihydrogenation Catalysts
TS-048726 — Novel, transition metal-free catalysts capable of alkyne hydrogenation and semihydrogenation under modest conditions.
The Need Numerous industrial processes require alkyne semihydrogenation or hydrogenation reactions. For example, hydrogenation is necessary for the industrial-scale synthesis vitamin A, the creation of high molecular weight polymers, and the processing of petroleum into functionally useful derivati…
  • College: College of Arts & Sciences
  • Inventors: Goldberger, Joshua; Hodge, Kelsey
  • Licensing Officer: Bartell, Cordellia

Amine-Containing Facilitated Transport Membranes For Carbon Dioxide/Nitrogen Separation
TS-041856 — Novel membrane technology utilizing active transport for carbon dioxide/nitrogen separation. The membrane exhibits high permeance and selectivity
Improved separation of by-product carbon dioxide from nitrogen in power plants and industrial exhaust systems would considerably decrease greenhouse gas emissions. The current method of separation that is most often used in industry is amine absorption, however this method is costly, has a large c…
  • College: College of Engineering (COE)
  • Inventors: Ho, W.S. Winston; Han, Yang
  • Licensing Officer: Bartell, Cordellia

Porous inorganic-organic material for removal of trace carbon dioxide from air or other gas streams
TS-041747 — Adsorbent for carbon dioxide capture with low energy input for regeneration, and high adsorption capacity
46% of 2010 global greenhouse gas emissions came from electricity and heat production, or from fossil fuels burned for industrial use (EPA). A lot of effort has been put into research on CO2 capture by adsorbents or absorbents, in order to reduce these greenhouse gas emissions. Additionally, effec…
  • College: College of Arts & Sciences
  • Inventors: Wade, Casey; Bien, Caitlin
  • Licensing Officer: Bartell, Cordellia

Ultra-Fast Charging Li-ion Battery Anodes
TS-040614 — A novel battery anode designed to overcome the limitations posed on fast charge batteries by graphite anodes. The new anode increases battery life, is more stable during manufacturing, and has improved heat dissipation qualities.
As technology continues to progress, embedding itself in our daily life from our cars to our wrists, an ever-present concern is the need for batteries with the ability to re-charge quickly. Most of these emerging technologies use Li-ion batteries with graphite anodes. Unfortunately, under fast cha…
  • College: College of Arts & Sciences
  • Inventors: Co, Anne; Bascaran, Julen
  • Licensing Officer: Bartell, Cordellia

Mixed cationic / zwitterionic surfactant solution for drag reduction
TS-038711 — A mixed surfactant solution consisting of a zwitterionic surfactant and cationic surfactant with an added counterion ("ZwitCat solution") which demonstrates switchable and improved drag-reduction ability at a wide range of compositions, flow rates, and temperatures
Large-scale recirculating heating and cooling systems, such as those for regional, district, and single-building applications, require a working fluid to be pumped across large distances from the heat source to the consumer. While large-scale systems like district heating are more energy efficient…
  • College: College of Engineering (COE)
  • Inventors: Maxson, Andrew; Watson, Lucas; Zakin, Jacques
  • Licensing Officer: Bartell, Cordellia

Paper-based Dried Blood Spheroids for Stabilization of Labile Organic Compounds Stored in Ambient Air
TS-038604 — Apparatus and methods to form three-dimensional dried blood spheroids on hydrophobic paper substrates.
Dried blood spots on paper substrates offer a facile sample collection, storage, and transportation approach for biofluids. However, variable diffusion, volcanic effects, analyte instability, and difficulty in recovering samples from paper plague this method, lowering confidence in analyte quantif…
  • College: College of Arts & Sciences
  • Inventors: Badu-Tawiah, Abraham; Damon, Deidre
  • Licensing Officer: Bartell, Cordellia

Scalable solution-phase routes to carbides
TS-038007 — A method for synthesizing a broad class of metal carbide materials.
Select early-transition metal carbides have significant catalytic and electrocatalytic applications, including fuel cell reactions and biomass conversion. The hydrogen-transfer reaction rates of these carbides is comparable to expensive, less abundant materials. Therefore, the preparation of monod…
  • College: College of Arts & Sciences
  • Inventors: Goldberger, Joshua; Baum, Zachary
  • Licensing Officer: Bartell, Cordellia

Development of Non-Foaming High Strength, Single Component Methacrylate/Polyurethane Adhesive
TS-037956 — A single component, moisture-cured methacrylate/polyurethane hybrid adhesive that combines the non-toxic, high strength properties of methacrylate adhesives with the bonding characteristics of polyurethanes
Methacrylate adhesives are strong and can be used on similar or dissimilar materials, such as plastic, metal, composites, and ceramic. They have excellent peel strength, resist abrasion, and stand up to a fair range of temperatures. They also require little preparation of the surfaces to be bonded…
  • College: College of Arts & Sciences
  • Inventors: Parquette, Jonathan; Bewick, Nicholas; Schricker, Scott
  • Licensing Officer: Bartell, Cordellia

Show More Technologies

Loading icon