8 WiSys Technologies in "Diagnostic Assays" or "Miscellaneous"
WiSys is seeking a strategic partner skilled in the development and manufacturing of membranes used for the separation and/or detection of biologic molecules in solution. There is additional interest in a partner with the expertise to identify and test novel applications for these nanomembranes.
WiSys is seeking strategic partners for further development of its controlled liquid dosing technology including optimization of the design for efficiency and manufacturing, followed by marketing, sales, and distribution.
Reusable Enzyme-Free Glucose Sensor Offers Greater Stability, Longer Shelf-Life and Easier Fabrication
WiSys is currently seeking a strategic partner interested in further developing this non-enzymatic glucose sensor technology, ultimately providing a route to market for its commercialization.
WiSys is seeking a strategic partner for further optimization of the design for efficiency and manufacturing, followed by marketing, sales, and distribution.
Improved wheelchair design utilizing linear rotary motion with enhanced efficiency and reduced injury and pain for users
WiSys is seeking a strategic partner in the Durable Medical Equipment industry interested in gaining a competitive edge in the marketplace. WiSys' new and improved wheelchair design is the first application developed using the patented linear rotary motion platform technology and is available for exclusive licensing. Additional fields of use are available for development and licensing.
WiSys Technology Foundation is seeking a commercial partner who is interested in licensing and distributing an educational app focused on Physics, expanding the platform beyond Android applications as well as further developing additional apps directed towards other STEM disciplines.
WiSys Technology Foundation is seeking a strategic partner for manufacturing, marketing, sales, and distribution of a lift that allows para-equestrian riders to independently saddle their horses.
UW-Platteville researchers have developed a novel and rapid means of detecting multiple classes of illicit drugs, including synthetic cathinones, cannabinoids and cocaine.