Technology Highlights

Technology Transfer Services protects, licenses and commercializes intellectual property developed or enhanced by Utah State University’s world-class faculty, students and staff. The following technologies are some of USU’s most promising commercialization projects.

Anti-Splash Pad

The anti-splash pad uses mechanical engineering technology to reduce splashback from urinals, creating a more sanitary environment.

Supporting Knowledge in Language and Literacy (SKILL)

SKILL is an instructional program designed to improve critical language skills for young students with speech or hearing impairments.

Cidi Design Tools

Cidi Design Tools is open source software that simplifies the way instructors build course shells and style content in Canvas.

Electric Vehicle Wireless Power Transfer

Transferring power from electrified roadways to the electric vehicles moving over them allows for long distance and theoretically infinite travel without recharging.

Green Rockets

Green rockets use a hybrid small-satellite fuel system that is equally powerful, less toxic, more stable and more environmentally friendly than standard fueling systems.

Indigoidine Natural Blue Dye

Indigoidine is a natural blue dye that can be used in food, textile, cosmetic and other industries.

Monolithic-like Flexures

With applications ranging from aerospace engineering to biomedical technology, monolithic-like flexures allow machines to move or be moved while ensuring intended productivity.

Solar Tracker

This solar tracker allows the trajectory of the sun to be calculated and built into the tracker during manufacture of solar panels and concentrators.