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University Of Houston’s Energy Research Park Changes Name, Focus

The newly named UH Technology Bridge focuses on commercialization of early-stage technology developed here

UH physics professor Shay Curran shows off the nanotech coating he has applied to a piece of fence. The coating shields it from environmental influences.

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The Energy Research Park is only a few years old but it already has a new name: It's now the UH Technology Bridge.

It's part of a five-year plan to better align the park with Houston's growing innovation ecosystem.

UH physics professor Seamus "Shay" Curran has successfully used the facilities to commercialize a nanotechnology product he developed: Integricote.

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