• Space Vehicles Directorate’s patent license agreement with Roccor LLC for High Strain Composites for Spacecraft Deployable Structures;
• Space Vehicles Directorate’s transition of the Oscillating Heat Pipes for High Power Electronics Thermal Management technology to major Air Force contractors.
The awards were presented at the annual FLC meeting, which was held in Philadelphia.
“Recently, the Air Force Technology Transfer program has focused on increasing the amount of patent licensing agreements put in place,” said Abby Boggs, a technology transfer specialist in the Air Force Technology Transfer Program office. “These awards are reflective of that effort across the program.”
The FLC was organized in 1974 and formally chartered by the Federal Technology Transfer Act of 1986 to promote and strengthen technology transfer nationwide. Today, more than 300 federal laboratories, facilities and research centers and their parent agencies make up the FLC community. Members of the FLC community include world-renowned scientists, engineers, inventors, entrepreneurs, academia, laboratory personnel and T2 professionals.