The Office of Technology Licensing was established in 1970 to transfer technologies developed at Stanford. Find out more about OTL's history, mission, staff, and statistics.

Login to TechFinder » 

If your browser is not displaying images correctly, try clearing your cookies and cache to solve the problem.

Login and Registration
You are not logged into the OTL TechFinder web site. If you are already registered, please login. Otherwise, registration is free and entitles you to receive emails and correspondence about new technology releases.

Would you like to find out about other ways to engage with Stanford?
If so, please visit http://corporate.stanford.edu/.

Peptides to Selectively Enhance Mitochondrial Function

Researchers in Prof. Daria Mochly-Rosen’s laboratory have developed peptides that could be used to treat neurodegenerative diseases, heart failure, diabetes and cancer by selectively inhibiting mitochondrial fission under pathological conditions. Mitoch...
more information »

High Efficiency and Junction-less Solar Cell with Metal Insulator Semiconductor (MIS)

Researchers in Prof. Krishna Saraswat’s laboratory have developed a low-cost, efficient solar cell using specific classes of oxides in an interfacial layer of metal insulator semiconductor contacts. The technology identifies two classes of materials tha...
more information »

What is TechFinder?
By clicking the links above you can search the database for opportunities and submit requests for additional information. TechFinder contains text and images. TechFinder is updated within minutes of any changes made at Stanford's Office of Technology Licensing.