Los Alamos National Laboratory

Los Alamos National Laboratory's mission is to develop and apply science and technology to ensure the safety, security, and reliability of the U.S. nuclear deterrent; reduce global threats; and solve other emerging national security and energy challenges.

Summaries of Available Technologies

Read the following summaries about the technologies available to license from the Los Alamos National Laboratory.


Patents associated with this Lab are reviewed and updated quarterly. Some patents may no longer be maintained or available for licensing.

Number Date issued Title
10,263,136 04/16/2019 Direct band gap group IV semiconductors and methods of preparing the same
10,262,000 04/16/2019 Global distributed file append using log-structured file system
10,250,336 04/02/2019 Optical identification beacon
10,247,850 04/02/2019 Low noise, high bandwidth, high sensitivity laser seismometer
10,246,982 04/02/2019 Casings for use in a system for fracturing rock within a bore
10,243,984 03/26/2019 Path scanning for the detection of anomalous subgraphs and use of DNS requests and host agents for anomaly/change detection and network situational awareness
10,234,571 03/19/2019 Radiation detector
10,231,707 03/19/2019 Ultrasound waveform tomography with wave-energy-based preconditioning
10,230,643 03/12/2019 Full flow retrieval optimized packet capture
10,211,505 02/19/2019 Sideline radio-frequency power coupler


The following experts from the Los Alamos National Laboratory are available to answer questions about technologies of interest to innovators and investors.

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Rod Borup
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Babetta (Babs) Marrone
expert Rangachary (Mukund)  Mukundan image
Rangachary (Mukund) Mukundan