Two Sandia researchers explored opportunities to transfer Sandia’s intellectual property (IP) on alkaline exchanges membranes by engaging in a seven-week boot camp offered by Lab-Corps, a DOE program to speed the transition of lab findings into the marketplace. The new membrane technologies have been evaluated against commercially available incumbents and offer superior performance in a variety of applications, including fuel cells, flow batteries, and electrolyzers. At the course, the researchers learned about avenues for transitioning the technology and met with dozens of potential licensees.