WiSys Technologies

13 WiSys Technologies in "Materials & Chemicals" or "Research Tools"

Organic Polymers with Ultra-Small Pores for Carbon Dioxide Separation, Capture, and Conversion

WiSys is seeking a strategic partner that operates in the field of carbon capture who is interested in accessing WiSys’ novel organic polymers with ultra-small pores for use in the sequestration and/or utilization of carbon dioxide from gas mixtures.  WiSys is also seeking a partner to assist in the continued development of membranes that incorporate the novel organic polymers.   

Novel Transparent Dilatant Materials Comprised of a Single Chemical Component

WiSys is seeking a strategic partner in material science or the protective equipment industry who is interested in furthering the development of novel transparent dilatant materials comprised of single chemical component, ultimately providing a path to market for their use.

Monomeric Fluorescent Protein-Ligand Complexes with Strong Fluorescence in the Far-Red Region

WiSys Technology Foundation is seeking a strategic partner with an industry player in the life science tools and reagents industry for the further development and commercialization of its novel monomeric fluorescent protein.

Novel Antimicrobial Food Packaging with Enhanced Safety

WiSys Technology Foundation is seeking a strategic partner to further develop, manufacture, market, and distribute an antifungal plastic for packaging that prolongs shelf life while preventing migration of preservatives to food.

Skin Whitening Agent(s)

WiSys Technology Foundation is currently seeking a strategic industry partner to assist in the further development of its lead compound, A11, and related analogues providing a route to market for their use as novel skin whitening/lightening agents.The competitive advantage of these compounds over existing agents on the market is that they produce long-acting and reversible skin lightening with no toxicity.

Efficient Method and Materials for Ceramic Shell Casting

The WiSys Technology Foundation is seeking commercial partners interested in developing a novel investment casting process that can create a casting shell in as little as one coat.

Compostable Thermoset Polymers

UW-Stevens Point researcher, John Droske, has developed a series of novel biodegradable polymers for use in the healthcare and plastics industry. WiSys is currently seeking a strategic partner to further development this technology and provide a route to market for its commercialization.