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TechLink helps the Department of Defense to commercialize leading-edge new technology by partnering DoD labs with private sector companies for technology licensing, transfer, and research and development

MSU TechLink receives federal grant to help high-tech companies

The U.S. Small Business Administration announced on Aug. 27 that it had awarded a Federal and State Technology Partnership Program grant for $125,000 to fund TechLink’s Montana Innovation Partnership.

TechLink – The Navy’s new non-mechanical laser steering technology

Here at TechLink, we’re searching for a private company that sees the commercial, non-military potential of the solutions

Techlink weekly tech roundup: drone technology edition

TechLink can help you navigate the entire licensing process at no cost to you.

You’re an Entrepreneur, but do you know what Technology Transfer is?

Thanks to U.S. economic development laws, you can easily connect with government scientists and leverage their work for your business needs.

TechLink – US Army invention ‘tricks’ body into sending warm blood to cold fingers

Patent-pending Personal Heating Dexterity Device offers improved capabilities and safety of military or recreational users

TechLink – Study shows $58 billion impact on economy through military lab’s invention licensing

“License agreements often allow businesses to build new products on shoestring R&D budgets.”

This Army app predicts impending heatstroke – Available for licensing

Here at TechLink, we’re searching for a private company that sees the commercial, non-military potential of the solution and can develop the software into a widely used product.

TechLink -H2 Power, hydrogen fuel startup, licenses new formula from Army Research Lab

The U.S. Army announced that it signed a patent license agreement with a Chicago-based hydrogen fuel company that hopes to disrupt transportation and portable energy markets.

U.S. Army scientists invented a wearable air conditioner long before Sony’s Reon Pocket

Opportunity for a business to commercialize is still hot

TechLink weekly tech roundup: communications technology available for licensing

And we can help you navigate the licensing process at no cost to you.