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UCF Office of Technology Transfer
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New discoveries are happening everyday at UCF. We connect research to industry, find out how.
New discoveries are happening everyday at UCF. We connect research to industry, find out how.

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University of Central Florida researchers are overcoming challenges in the production of 2D materials for nanoscale electronics and chemical sensors. They have created a novel method of depositing atomically thin materials carried in the vapor phase of an evaporated solution in Evaporative Vapor Deposition (EVD), and is particularly beneficial for 2D materials. The low-temperature technique maintains the material’s functional properties and is scalable for large-scale industrial implementation. Learn more about this new technology and how to partner with UCF at http://bit.ly/1PtgR4k

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Collaborative, interdisciplinary research at the University of Central Florida leads to a low tech solution for monitoring disease-carrying mosquitoes. Learn more about this research and how you can partner with UCF at http://bit.ly/1oFTmPE

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Is collaborative and interdisciplinary research necessary to succeed at today’s research universities? UCF researcher, Bradley Willenberg believes so. What do you think? Learn more about his research and about partnering with UCF at http://bit.ly/1SMmtLK

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UCF’s Venture Acceleration Lab provides hands-on assistance ranging from identifying funding opportunities and solicitation requirements to effective writing and submitting of competitive proposals. Learn more at http://bit.ly/1ooaedA

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Having accurate and complete patient data is a fundamental part of modern health care. To ensure patient records are complete, UCF researchers have developed a tool, the Data Completeness Analysis Package, which evaluates the strength of patient data stored in health care databases. The software uses concept maps and statistical analysis to determine the completeness of individual patient records and provides a Record Score Strength. Learn more about this technology and how to partner with UCF at http://bit.ly/21Aex7L

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What creates harder, more wear-resistant tools and coatings via a process that is eco-friendly, and cost and energy efficient? Discover the solution that UCF researchers have developed and learn how to license this new technology at http://bit.ly/1TUK2oi

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UCF’s Business Incubation Program and Venture Accelerator Lab offer education and coaching opportunities for startup companies. Learn how your new venture can benefit at http://bit.ly/1YSeOxU

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A new system developed by researchers at the University of Central Florida allows UAVs or drones to effectively acquire data over large areas with minimal manpower and improves the positioning and accuracy of survey data. Learn more about this research and how to partner with UCF at http://bit.ly/1WnNaHh

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UCF researchers have invented, what could be a game changing, new graphene phototransistor that provides a narrowband photo-response that is broadly tunable over a wide frequency range. The new phototransistor provides up to 40 percent change in channel conductance for spectral sensing and situational awareness applications. Learn more about this technology and how to partner with UCF at http://bit.ly/1QkksWe
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