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Commercial Opportunities

Ventilator Testbed
November 2020

Los Alamos National Laboratory developed a Ventilator Testbed to help address ventilator manufacturing challenges. The Testbed aims to contribute timely and technically relevant feedback on observed ventilator performance and to help mitigate supply chain limitations by providing system and component level alternatives that preserve ventilator performance and cost point. Read more

Competitive Furfural Production: Producing Additional Revenue From Waste
January 2021

Los Alamos has developed an improved furfural process with high yields that produces high-protein bran residue suitable for animal feed, generates only treated water as its waste stream, and can be implemented with existing work flows that produce high-hemicellulose brans. Los Alamos National Laboratory is seeking a partner exploring opportunities to capitalize on its unused by products. We are seeking a collaborative research and development (CRADA) partner and/or a licensing partner to transition this technology and address specific needs within existing manufacturing processes. Read more

Tech Snapshots

Los Alamos has identified a broad range of technologies that could enhance an existing product, define a new product, or launch a start-up. Our technologies have the potential to give your company a competitive edge in the market. Each are at different stages of development some ready to license and others looking for a partner to help mature into a disruptive application. Check out the Technology Snapshot platform to explore the wide variety of technologies available.

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Who We Are

The Feynman Center drives Los Alamos innovation as an essential part of our national security mission by:

  • Accelerating connections between research, corporate, and entrepreneurial communities,
  • Building partnerships and mechanisms that deliver our technology to solve our nation’s biggest challenges, and
  • Creating a trusted external network to extend and enhance the Laboratory’s ability to meet core mission.

Leadership

Kathleen McDonald

Division Leader

Jerome Garcia

Deputy Division Leader (acting)

Matt Fox

Portfolio Manager

Mariann Johnston

Technology Engagement and Entrepreneurship

Michael Everhart-Erickson

Business Development

MaryAnn Morgan

Agreements

David Salazar

Licensing