The NIDDK is committed to transferring its technologies and research materials through industry partnerships to benefit public health.
To acquire rights to an NIDDK technology or research material for commercial purposes, a license is required. Open licensing opportunities at the NIDDK are listed on the NIH Office of Technology Transfer website. There are also research materials that may be available for licensing under a Biological Material License.
If your organization has potential interest in a specific NIDDK technology or technologies in a particular research area, contact the Technology Advancement Office by email.