New software marketplace expands licensing opportunities

April 6, 2023

By INL Media Relations

Idaho National Laboratory’s software marketplace is officially open for business.   

The marketplace is a new website developed to widely distribute INL’s innovative software. Its goal: to accelerate industry adoption and fuel innovation in other research organizations. Ultimately, the marketplace is designed to help fulfill the lab’s vision to change the world’s energy future and secure our nation’s critical infrastructure.  

MALCOM is one of many software available through INL’s new Software Marketplace website.

“At INL, technology transfer into the marketplace is important to our mission as it puts our innovations to use and makes actual impact in our community,” said INL Technology Deployment Director Jason Stolworthy. “The website gives us another outlet to distribute and license our software to achieve our mission.” 

INL’s Software Marketplace website provides access to a variety of software, like MARMOT, to fuel innovation.
The marketplace provides access to software codes and data sets developed at INL through various forms of licenses, including open-source and proprietary options. The site will expand as more software is developed and becomes available.  

View the site at Questions about licensing or available software can be emailed to [email protected].

INL News Release
April 6, 2023

Joelyn Hansen, 208-201-7650, [email protected]
Sarah Neumann, 208-520-1651, [email protected]


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Posted April 6, 2023

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