Wyoming Technology Transfer and Research Products Center
University of Wyoming
The University of Wyoming is dedicated to instruction, research, and the extension
of knowledge to the public. It is the policy of the University to carry out its scholarly
work in an open and free atmosphere, and to publish results obtained therefrom freely.
Research done primarily in anticipation of profit is incompatible with the aims of
the University. However, the University recognizes that patentable inventions and
copyrightable materials are conceived or created during the course of research conducted
by faculty and students using University facilities. These policies and the Wyoming
Technology Transfer and Research Products Center have been established to ensure that
those inventions and materials in which the University may have an interest will be
utilized in a manner consistent with the public good, through patent and copyright
licenses or otherwise, as well as to provide service to faculty, students and the
citizens of the State of Wyoming in technology transfer processes.
June 26, 2017 — Bright Agrotech, a company developed by a University of Wyoming graduate
using UW-licensed technology in UW’s business incubator, has been acquired by a Silicon
Valley company that plans to maintain and enhance the Wyoming operation.
February 23, 2017 — The landscape of energy technology could soon be vastly improved,
thanks to the work of a University of Wyoming researcher.
April 1, 2016 — The University of Wyoming recently was awarded a patent for a method
that potentially could be used to help treat patients with Huntington's disease and
other neurodegenerative diseases.
September 16, 2015 — Talk of building smart bombs, counterintelligence and infrared
light-guided delivery systems may have raised a curious eyebrow from anyone walking
by the open conference room door on the sixth floor of the University of Wyoming building.
September 2, 2015 — A physical science process that may yield a profound understanding
for developing future nanomaterials -- such as those used in cellphones or computer
chips -- was recently demonstrated and confirmed by a University of Wyoming researcher.
August 13, 2015 — Work by a University of Wyoming professor and a recent UW Ph.D.
graduate has provided a more complete picture of the role of rivers and streams in
the global carbon cycle.
May 28, 2015 — Robots will one day provide tremendous benefits to society, such as
in search-and- rescue missions and putting out forest fires -- but not until they
can learn to keep working if they become damaged.
May 21, 2015 — A University of Wyoming faculty member led a research team that discovered
a certain type of soil bacteria can use their social behavior of outer membrane exchange
(OME) to repair damaged cells and improve the fitness of the bacteria population as
May 1, 2015 — University of Wyoming molecular biologist David Fay doesn’t much look
like famous sleuths such as television’s Columbo -- no trenchcoat, at least -- nor
Fox Mulder of “X Files” fame; there is no doubting-what’s-out-there Scully at his
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