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  • Insecticide Optimized for Autodissemination Use | TechLink
    insects in autodissemination devices and readily transported back to nesting habitats where it effectively prevents immature insects from developing into reproductive adulthood The NECE formulations are heat stable easy to establish and maintain in an emulsion and attach well to target insects The key is a fine powder formulation that doesn t clump over time is stable in areas of high heat and high relative humidity and still dissolves well in aqueous solutions Autodissemination relies on targeted insects to carry an insecticide back to their nesting site where the active ingredient is further distributed to interrupt the maturation of larvae The US Navy s formulations attach well to insects and are resistant to loss during insect flight and grooming but do not trap the adults nor adhere so tightly as to prevent deposition at the nesting site Both forms are resistant to crystallization and do not attract ants Benefits High Performance Fine powder active ingredient particles adhere to adults without becoming a sticky trap maintain adherence during flight and grooming but are still dislodged in the nesting area to affect immature insects Stable Liquid and dry powder formulations are designed to maintain flowability and efficacy in high heat and high

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  • Composite Globes (Abstract) | TechLink
    Defense and private industry to develop transfer commercialize and transition leading edge technologies images You are here Home Composite Globes Abstract Main menu Home Licensing Joint R D Technology Summaries Patents SBIR About TechLink Contact Us Search form Search 2016

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  • NAVOIL: Corrosion-Inhibiting General Purpose Lubricant | TechLink
    in salt spray testing than current products NAVOIL maintains high performance at both low and high temperatures and offers a higher flash point than many competing products without sacrificing lubricity NAVOIL is a general purpose water displacing lubricating oil formulated from commercially available feedstocks NAVOIL can be used in diverse applications including aircraft small arms and wherever CPCs are used NAWCAD has funding and is pursuing field testing of the product and revision of the mil spec to benefit greater corrosion protection The US Army has just published Solicitation W56HZV PRESERVATIVE OILS which requests information on products that meet new corrosion protection targets notably the salt spray test while still meeting performance specs Link FedBizOpps Gov RFI W56HZV PRESERVATIVE OILS Benefits High Performance NAVOIL remains effective even at low temperatures and is comparable to or exceeds the performance of other approved lubricants while providing the additional benefit of exceptional corrosion resistance Military Grade Exceeds standards established by MIL PRF 32033 Reduced Maintenance Costs NAVOIL offers 2 4x greater corrosion protection than currently approved products resulting in greater hardware availability and uptime and reduced life cycle costs The Opportunity A pending US patent application is available for license Potential for collaboration

    Original URL path: http://techlinkcenter.org/summaries/navoil-corrosion-inhibiting-general-purpose-lubricant (2016-02-09)
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  • Woman doing chemical experiment (watch out here comes the science!) | TechLink
    industry to develop transfer commercialize and transition leading edge technologies images You are here Home Woman doing chemical experiment watch out here comes the science Main menu Home Licensing Joint R D Technology Summaries Patents SBIR About TechLink Contact Us

    Original URL path: http://techlinkcenter.org/images/woman-doing-chemical-experiment-watch-out-here-comes-science (2016-02-09)
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  • High Performance Bio-Based Monomers for Thermoset Resin | TechLink
    pending vinyl ester and unsaturated polyester composite resins based on non petroleum celluloses or carbohydrates The vinyl ester VE resins offer significantly higher glass transition temperatures Tg than commercial VE resins In addition their mechanical performance is comparable to that of many high temperature epoxies but at a fraction of the cost The resins offer extremely low viscosity and can be used without reactive diluents such as styrene without sacrificing quality The resins can also be used as an additive to reduce viscosity and or improve thermomechanical traits in other composites Benefits Affordable High Performance Thermal and mechanical properties similar to those of expensive high temperature epoxy systems from an inexpensive vinyl ester platform Superior Vinyl Esters Extremely low viscosity 5 cP with 35 styrene 157 cP neat high stiffness and higher temperature Tg 240oC window compared to other vinyl esters Bio Based Anhydrosugar base is structurally desirable and from renewable non petroleum materials Versatile Applicable to vinyl ester and unsaturated polyester systems as a primary monomer or performance additive The Opportunity Published US application 2014 0249285 and international filings are available for license Potential for collaboration with ARL and Drexel researchers Contacts Dan Swanson CLP Senior Technology Manager Licensing

    Original URL path: http://techlinkcenter.org/summaries/high-performance-bio-based-monomers-thermoset-resin (2016-02-09)
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  • Microscope | TechLink
    the Defense and private industry to develop transfer commercialize and transition leading edge technologies images You are here Home Microscope Main menu Home Licensing Joint R D Technology Summaries Patents SBIR About TechLink Contact Us Search form Search 2016 TechLink

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  • Deep Tissue Probe Imaging using Quantum Dots | TechLink
    multiphoton fluorescent pipette that enables high precision targeted neuronal electrophysiology in deep tissue with minimal photothermal tissue damage Precision pipette placement is absolutely critical during electrophysiology recording as the 1 2 nm diameter pipette tip must carefully breach the target cell in order to isolate the cellular electrical response The conventional imaging technique utilizes a fluorescent dye continuously expelled from the pipette tip upon approach creating poor visibility from dye accumulation and requiring significant laser power to induce fluorescence even at moderate depths High laser power induces rapid tissue damage resulting in short lived and limited experiments The NRL technology uses standard borosilicate glass pipettes coated with semiconducting QDs that brightly fluoresce under minimal laser power Whereas the dye based approach is limited to shallow depths to prevent tissue damage the QD coated probes provide continuous visualization at depths of over 500 nm while using 70 less laser power thus allowing for longer and more controlled experimentation Using 625 QD coated pipettes successful in vivo experimentation has been achieved at depths surpassing 750 nm Benefits Applicable for cells deep within a tissue for in vivo and ex vivo experiments Enables longer experimentation due to reduced laser power Continuous and precise

    Original URL path: http://techlinkcenter.org/summaries/deep-tissue-probe-imaging-using-quantum-dots (2016-02-09)
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  • Medical Group | TechLink
    the Defense and private industry to develop transfer commercialize and transition leading edge technologies images You are here Home Medical Group Main menu Home Licensing Joint R D Technology Summaries Patents SBIR About TechLink Contact Us Search form Search 2016

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