54 WiSys Technologies
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.
WiSys Technology Foundation is currently seeking a strategic partner interested in providing a route to market for the commercialization and wide dissemination of its novel catalyst systems. Lead catalysts have been shown to possess strong performance and versatility under environmentally benign ‘solvent-free’ reaction conditions.
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.
WiSys Technology Foundation is seeking a strategic partner that markets or manufactures SPR instruments and is interested in co-development and/or collaboration.There is also interest in collaborating with a partner with expertise in microfluidics in order to further improve the existing sample handling system.
WiSys Technology Foundation is seeking a strategic partner to further develop, manufacture, market, and distribute a high accuracy rotary (angle) encoder. This device has the advantages of high single-reading accuracy (±0.1 arc seconds) and high average reading sensitivity (0.001 arc seconds), low production cost, compact design, and low power consumption. Possible applications include but are not limited to astronomical telescope mounts, land surveillance tools, industrial inspection and calibration, machine tools, medical devices, as well as robotics.
WiSys is currently seeking strategic partners in the 3D printing and material supply industry that are interested in accessing and commercializing its patented process and associated recipes for refractory molds for the investment casting industry.
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.