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Weekly TechLink roundup featuring seven new medical technologies

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Weekly tech roundup featuring seven cybersecurity technologies available for licensing

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TechLink – Weekly tech roundup featuring five photonics technologies

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Tech Link – Heatstroke has top athletes, soldiers falling out. This training app is the solution.

Developed by the U.S. and U.K. militaries, the iHATT application is ready for a commercial partner

TechLink weekly tech roundup: new express licensing technologies October 2019

This roundup features technologies available to businesses and entrepreneurs with streamlined legal and financial terms through express licensing.

Navy scientist develops safe, eco-friendly paint ready for commercialization

Micaela Whalen, senior technology manager at TechLink, recently interviewed Iezzi so she can brief interested companies on the details of the technology, including use-cases and steps to commercialization.

TechLink – Forget smartwatches, wearable electronics is going to mean all our clothing

“We think this is really exciting for a multitude of applications,” he said. “This is something that isn’t available on the market today so we are really excited to introduce this to the world and spread the word.”

Air Force 711 Human Performance Research Lab at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base impact: Nearly 11K jobs nationally

CRADAs with the 711th Human Performance Wing helped Ohio-based companies sell $4.1 million in new products, according to the new study by TechLink, a Bozeman, Mont. outfit that links private businesses to the U.S. military.

TechLink – Study shows cooperative research with military labs driving billions in economic growth

“The military’s research is based on the national defense mission but dual-use technologies are often created.”

TechLink weekly tech roundup: new medical technology edition

All of these featured technologies are available to entrepreneurs and businesses via a license agreement so they can be introduced into the commercial market and used in the medical community.