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Navy Innovation for Commercial Development

      5/8/2006

Venue: Indian Head Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Maryland

The Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO), the Tech Council of Maryland (TCM) and Indian Head Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center (IHDIV, NSWC), a U.S. Department of Defense Center for Energetics, will jointly host "Navy Innovation for Commercial Development." This technology transfer and federal marketplace event, which is also being sponsored by All Hazards Consortium and Federal Laboratory Consortium, will highlight the novel technologies created in the research laboratories at IHDIV, NSWC. These innovations are available for further developing, licensing or commercializing by local companies and entrepreneurs. Since 1890, IHDIV, NSWC has been developing a broad range of cutting-edge engineering solutions that help keep the U.S. Navy the most advanced naval force in the world.

The all-day program will include: IHDIV, NSWC presentations of available research, cooperative agreement and license opportunities; information about unique facilities that are available to the public; examples of successful partnerships; and demonstrations of developed technologies.

The showcase is designed to provide information to companies in the following industries:

* MEMS (Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems) Sensors
* Security and Safety
* Novel Chemical Applications
* Homeland Defense
* Manufacturing Processes
* Transportation Logistics


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