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Innovations in Energy, Future Fuels, and Advanced Materials

Below are the most recent technologies our office has available for license in this research area.

Ref # 01096 Structured-Optimized, Ultrathin Graphene Oxide Membranes for Ion Removal in Water Purification


The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for graphene membranes with sub-nanometer pores capable of removing ions from water, particularly relatively large ions (e.g., large radioactive ions), to purify water and treat wastewater.

Inventor: Miao Yu, Ph.D.

Ref # 01086 Direct Piezoelectric Fabrication of 3D Structures

The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for a novel additive manufacturing methodology that can produce lead-free, multifunctional 3D piezoelectric devices using a single polymer processing and fabrication step.

Inventors: Joshua Tarbutton, Ph.D.
ChaBum Lee, Ph.D.

Ref # 1004 Scalable and Highly Repeatable Fabrication of Low Cost, Ultrathin Graphene Oxide Membranes for Highly Selective Gas Separation

 

The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for a new class of ultrathin, graphene-based nanomesh with superior separation performance. By precisely adjusting membrane morphology, these nanomeshes can be used for a number of mixture separations.

Inventors: Miao Yu Ph.D.
Hang Li


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