Technology transfer

Pixelligent Technologies granted innovation research award by Dept. of EnergyDecember 4, 2013

Pixelligent Technologies announced that it has been awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II grant by the U.S. Department of Energy.

Technology available for licensing: CURLSNovember 21, 2013

Containment Unidirectional Resource Loading System expands flexibility of glove boxes and other containment systems.

Rhodobacter System for the Expression of Membrane Proteins

Using photosynthetic bacteria (Rhodobacter) for the expression of heterologous membrane proteins

Synthesizing Membrane Proteins Using In Vitro Methodology

in vitro, cell-free expression system for the production of protein types that are challenging to study: membrane proteins, membrane-associated proteins, and soluble proteins that require complex redox cofactors

Collaboration between varied organizations develops larger, more precise photodetectors for the market November 5, 2013

Scientific particle detectors, medical imaging devices and cargo scanners with higher resolutions and cheaper price tags could become a reality, thanks to a three-way collaboration between industry, universities and U.S. national laboratories.

Containment Unidirectional Resource Loading System (CURLS)

Glovebox "tunnel" that allows easy, rapid changeover of resources without losing containment

Small business success story: Telefonix, Inc.October 10, 2013

Telefonix, Inc., was one of the 90 local small businesses and start-ups that participated in Argonne and Fermilab’s inaugural small business outreach event - titled "Doing Business with Argonne and Fermi National Laboratories" - on Aug. 21 at Argonne.

Smart Grid EV Communication Module

Argonne has designed a DC charging system that conforms to SAE requirements and adds 60–80 miles of range to an electric vehicle in less than 20 minutes.

A true sense of securitySeptember 13, 2013

Five men got on the Tokyo subway on a March morning in 1995. It was the peak of morning rush hour. They all carried packets of a tremendously toxic nerve agent called sarin.