The Auburn University Office of Technology Transfer coordinates the patenting, licensing and commercialization of all AUDFS-developed technologies. OTT maintains specific information on AUDFS featured technologies available for licensing on its website.
Disclosed and/or Patented Technologies
In 2010, AUDFS held 133 disclosures, 20 patents and 6 commercialized technologies. This number continues to rise as AUDFS researchers invent efficient technology for pathogen detection and food safety. Past technologies for industrial commercialization have included these:
- Raytheon RFID Bulk STag for Patriot Missile Health Monitoring Mil Spec Qualified
- Meat species identification technology licensed to ELISA Technologies
- RMBM in livestock feed identification technology licensed to Neogen Corp.
- Optical microscope technology licensed to Aetos Technologies, Inc.
- Canine Olfactory Measurement Methodlicensed to RedXDefense, Inc.
- Dark Field Microscope of High Resolution
- Detection of Foodborne Salmonella Contamination by Monoclonal Antibody Assays
- Detection of Foodborne Salmonella Contamination by Polyclonal Antibody Assays
- Detection of the Foodborne Bacterial Pathogen E. coli by DNA Amplification Assays
- Handheld Bacterial Sensor for Salmonella Detection
- Method for Protection of Biological Material
- Methods for Forming Monolayers and Uses Thereof
- Phage as Bioselective Elements
- Monoclonal Antibodies Specific to Cooked Meats
The Office of Technology Transfer provides agreements to cover confidentiality, nondisclosure and secrecy needs of participating industry.
Dec 14, 2016