SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Since its opening in 1962, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory has been helping create the future. Six scientists have been awarded Nobel prizes for work done at SLAC, and more than 1,000 scientific papers are published each year based on research at the lab. As our second half-century unfolds, we’re just getting started.

Summaries of Available Technologies

Read the following summaries about the technologies available to license from the SLAC National Accelerator 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
10,056,618 08/21/2018 Encapsulated sulfur cathodes for rechargeable lithium batteries
9,966,598 05/08/2018 High capacity prelithiation reagents and lithium-rich anode materials
9,869,648 01/16/2018 High density grids
9,863,057 01/09/2018 Coated substrate apparatus and method
9,750,124 08/29/2017 Piezoelectric particle accelerator
9,697,978 07/04/2017 Multi-frequency klystron designed for high efficiency
9,646,074 05/09/2017 Method for discovering relationships in data by dynamic quantum clustering
9,648,713 05/09/2017 High-gain thompson-scattering X-ray free-electron laser by time-synchronic laterally tilted optical wave
9,640,851 05/02/2017 RF waveguide phase-directed power combiners
9,559,388 01/31/2017 Electrochemical systems configured to harvest heat energy


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

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David Chassin