The NIST on a Chip program is actively seeking both public and private sector partners.
NIST on a Chip is built through collaboration. The Department of Defense and other government agencies inspired our program by communicating their most pressing needs and long-range goals and by sharing resources that are helping to accelerate our work.
Now, industry partners are needed to turn NIST innovations into commercial products, and collaboration can help companies find early opportunities for market successes.
Check out a list of the NIST on a Chip technologies available for licensing. Please see additional information about licensing and a searchable list of all NIST patents.
Some of our NIST on a Chip technologies can be accessed through our measurement services program or purchased as a Standard Reference Instrument.
Partnering through a consortium can be an effective means for multiple parties to work on a similar challenge. Many NIST on a Chip researchers are involved in the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C), since the suite of quantum-based devices being developed by NIST on a Chip will provide building blocks for the products being cultivated for the new quantum economy. NIST is a founder and active partner in the QED-C, which provides a rich environment for public-private collaboration.
Contact our researchers directly, by reaching out to barbara.goldstein [at] nist.gov (Barbara Goldstein) and Jay Hendricks, or browse the list of upcoming NIST events.