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Partnering Mechanisms

Through Technology Deployment, INL becomes far more cost-effective because it is able to leverage research, and technology development, while increasing the skills and capabilities for America's government and private businesses.
 
If you would like to license an INL technology, share in R&D, start or expand a business with INL technologies, or require business support our Technology Transfer team is available to discuss the following contractual mechanisms:

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CRADA Program

Cooperative Research and Development Agreements

CRADAs allow INL and one or more non-federal partners to develop an INL technology or apply INL expertise to a non-federal party's technology.

Licensing

Commercialization Opportunities

Licensing INL technologies allows for the transfer of intellectual property to industry.

Work for Others

Utilizing Lab Resources

WFO offers non-Department of Energy parties (other federal agencies, private sector companies and international organizations) access to INL on a contract research basis.

Department of energy

DOE Office of Nuclear Energy
DOE-Idaho Office
Battelle