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Technologies available for licensing

Our Intellectual Property, including new technologies and innovation, is available for commercialising to take to the marketplace and wider society.

Technologies for licensing

Our technologies, innovations and products are protected and available for licensing.

Our Technology Transfer Office is based in Research and Innovation Services (RIS) at the University of Bath. Our world-leading researchers have developed new technologies, innovations and products which we have protected and are available for licensing and commercial development. Please get in touch with us if you:

  • are interested in licensing a technology
  • would like to find out more about a particular technology
  • want to stay informed about a specific area of interest
  • are an investor and would like to consider the suitability of investing in any of the technologies


We have new licensing opportunities available through our innovative temperature stable vaccines and novel vaccine adjuvant to protect against infectious disease.

A medic preparing a vaccine.

Novel vaccine adjuvant

We have developed a platform technology with application for vaccines against infectious disease. The researchers have shown a profound molecular adjuvant effect by generating a novel conjugate vaccine based on a unique microbial immune evasion protein.


We have new licensing opportunities available through our physics expertise.

Nanoparticle coatings.

Nanoparticle coatings

We have developed nanoparticle coating for alkali-metal vapour containers (Photonic and photonic materials). Alkali-metal vapour containers are a core component of many quantum optical technologies including atomic clocks, ultra-sensitive magnetometers and quantum computing elements. Our researchers have developed a rapid and cost-effective method to overcome the difficulty of controlling the vapour density in confined geometries using gold nanoparticles.

Space debris imaging

Space debris is causing steadily increasing risks but objects smaller than 10 cm are not identified from the ground, limiting the scope of removal missions. We have designed a modular constellation of radar satellites to detect space debris, including below 10 cm. This disruptor technology is patented by the University of Bath and addresses the risks to space assets which are increasing exponentially with each new mission.

Technology, hardware and equipment

We have new licensing opportunities available through our next-generation technology, hardware and equipment.

Companies we have formed

Information on successful University of Bath spin out and start up companies that have resulted from commercialising our research.

Contact us

Contact our Technology Transfer Office for queries regarding licensing, investment or commercialisation. We look forward to hearing from you.