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A key component of Lincoln Laboratory's mission as a federally funded research and development center is the transfer of its technology to the government and industry. This technology transfer ensures that that U.S. military has access to innovative technical advancements and strengthens U.S. business competitiveness in the world economy.Beam-combined fiber-coupled laser technology developed at Lincoln
Laboratory is enabling TeraDiode's high-brightness, high-power
metal-cutting diode laser.
|The curled microelectromechanical (MEM) switch eliminates sticking and contamination problems inherent in traditional MEM switches.
Lincoln Laboratory also accomplishes technology transfer through publication of its research in journals, presentation of its work at global conferences, licensing of its patents, and collaborations with small businesses.
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