UAV Water and Air

Researchers at Rutgers have developed an unmanned vehicle, known as The Naviator, that is capable of maneuvering in air and underwater with a smooth transition between both mediums. They have developed a fully submersible unmanned aircraft.

The Spartan evergreen holly, developed by Elwin Orton, Ph.D.,(Plant Biology and Pathology) has a unique combination of characteristics including a nearly conical shape; leaves that are consumer friendly (no spines); abundant fruit; and low susceptibility to disease and insects.

Creating a Culture of Innovation
Rutgers Annual Entrepreneurship Events

Jing Li’s (Material Science and Engineering) Hybrid bright light LED material coated onto a UV LED showing its illumination

2014 Patent Dinner

Biannual Patent Award Dinner
Recognizing faculty for patented innovations

WELCOME to the Office of Technology Commercialization at Rutgers also known as the OTC.

Innovation…Protection…Commercialization

Throughout the Rutgers campuses, students and faculty are making new discoveries and creating innovations in numerous areas including agriculture, engineering, computing, physical sciences, energy, life sciences and pharmaceuticals.

At the Office of Technology Commercialization, we help our researchers solve real world problems and get products into the marketplace by protecting their innovations, fostering relations with industry, licensing technologies and forming start-up companies.

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Announcements

  • OTC Office Hours: Have a question about an invention? Want help moving your innovation forward or just want to brainstorm about your idea? Schedule a visit with OTC during our Tuesday Office Hours.

Healthcare Delivery Innovation Competition

Competition to spur creative ideas to improve health outcomes of vulnerable populations and reduce health care costs in New Jersey.

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Three $5,000 prizes

Eligible to compete for an additional $50,000 Pilot Program award.

Date: Oct. 13 & Oct. 27

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