Delta Land Services, LLC has partnered with the LSU AgCenter to develop marsh remediation and coastal restoration technologies. It licensed a novel coastal restoration technology designed by Gary Breitenbeck of the LSU AgCenter School of Plant, Environmental, and Soil Sciences. The products are designed to stabilize marsh sediment and stimulate vegetative growth in coastal areas and are sold under the trade name SHORE|LINKS©.
Esperance Pharmaceuticals Inc. develops novel anticancer agents based on patented technologies from the LSU AgCenter, Pennington, and LSU A&M.
Mt. Pelia Innovative Solutions, LLC, of Martin, Tennessee, has licensed the autonomous bird predation reduction device (also known as the "scarebot") from the LSU Agricultural Center. The solar-powered, self-propelled robot can move around watery areas, such as aquaculture facilities, to scare away birds by nonlethal means.
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Hydra-Guard LLC has licensed a novel composition from the LSU AgCenter for the development of high-electrolyte bottled sports drinks and dehydrated sports drink powders. The composition was developed by John Finley, Joan King, Darryl Holiday and Alfredo Prudente at the LSU AgCenter School of Nutrition and Food Science.
Clean Chemistry has licensed biocidal compositions from the LSU AgCenter for the development of sanitizing and wastewater treatment products. The compositions were developed by Don Day of the Audubon Sugar Institute and are effective at oxidizing biofilms. The work is particularly effective at destroying microorganisms that can contaminate water or the industrial machinery used to treat it.
Crompion International (formerly American Utility Metals, LLC), a specialty stainless steels company, has licensed an innovative sugarcane clarifier technology. Developed by Vadim Kochergen and Cy Gaudet of the Audubon Sugar Institute, the clarifier reduces retention time and increases efficiency.
Tiger Bullets are a new type of plastic-and-wood composite that prevents lost circulation in oil drilling wells. The technology was licensed from the LSU AgCenter by the Louisiana startup company Hole Pluggers.