Technology transfer

NOx/O2 Sensors for High-Temperature Applications

Technology available for licensing: Low-cost bifunctional high-temperature NOx/oxygen sensor that provides real-time sensing inside a combustion chamber without the requirement of a reference air supply.

  • Placement in combustion chamber provide accurate oxygen-sensing, extremely low drift
  • 2-10% energy saving from sensor optimization of air-flow ratio and fuel oil viscosity
Award-winning technology provides a breakthrough in particle physicsAugust 3, 2012

High-energy physics, it turns out, is a lot like life – it’s all about the timing.

Argonne, Evigia finalize licensing agreement for next-gen RFID sensor technology July 16, 2012

Evigia Systems and Argonne announced today that they have finalized a licensing agreement.

Biochips to investigate cattle disease win entrepreneurial challengeJuly 9, 2012

Researchers at Argonne are feeling bullish about new biochips that can detect bovine mastitis infection in dairy cows.

Silicon-Graphene Anodes

Production process for low-cost, long-life, high-energy anodes with five times the specific energy

Layered Electrodes for Lithium Cells and Batteries

Layered lithium metal oxide compounds for ultra-high-capacity, rechargeable cathodes

Nanotube Composite Anode Materials

Increased battery capacity, safety, stability and reliability at lower cost

Argonne in the marketplace: Ultrananocrystalline diamondJuly 1, 2012

Even as royalty set diamonds into crowns and rings, engineers lusted after the gems for different reasons: diamonds are stronger than any other natural material and are excellent electrical insulators and heat conductors. A technique invented at Argonne National Laboratory creates thin films of diamond with grains so small they're called ultrananocrystalline diamond films