8 edition of Technology Transfer: Financing and Commercializing the High Tech Product or Service found in the catalog.
January 1991 by Probus Professional Pub .
Written in English
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1. RESEARCH: Observations and experiments during research activities often lead to is important to keep good, reliable laboratory records of your research activities for several reasons (For more information, see keeping a notebook).).
Remember, it is important to contact the Technology Transfer Office before you send or receive any research materials outside the University. Commercializing your innovation: The technology transfer process The figure below details the role of the technology transfer office at the various stages of development of an innovation as the office goes through the process of selling the raw material (your innovation) and packaging it so that it becomes commercially viable.
Pursuant to a legislative requirement, GAO reviewed the patenting and licensing activities for fiscal year (FY) through FY of 12 federal agencies and 16 Department of Energy contractor-operated found that: (1) 12 federal agencies and 16 contractor-operated laboratories fi patent applications, recei patents issued by the U.S.
Patent and. Dakin and J. Lindsey, Technology Transfer-Financing and Commercializing the High Tech Product or Service From Research to Rollout (Probus Publishing, Chicago, ). Google Scholar E.
DeGarmo, J. Black and R. Kosher, DeGarmo's Materials and Processes in Cited by: 7. commercializing university technology. It is designed as a reference document to help guide your discussions with the technology transfer professionals that will help you evaluate the potential of your technology and bring it to market.
From a researcher’s perspective, commercialization is about maximizing the commercial. technology. A review of literature on technology transfer reveals that technology transfer is a complex, difficult process even when it occurs across different functions within a single product division of a single company (Zaltman et al., ; Kidder, ; Smith and Alexander, ).
Technology transfer is commonly acknowledged to be a. FUNCTION OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TEAM 1) Coordinate- Coordinating between technology users and developer, between researcher and manufacturers is important element of technology transfer. 2) nurture- A main ingredient for moving technology from a research laboratory to a new business enterprises successfully in an environment that is supportive.
This paper provides a systematic review of the current literature on technology commercialization. It serves to establish a foundation for the following empirical and theoretical contributions.
Technological inventions are fundamental for a country’s economic growth. However, in order to actually generate value for society and profits for the involved companies, these inventions.
The British government's financial backing of tech-transfer operations—what Mr. Stevens calls "a consistent national policy" of support he wishes the United States would adopt—and its. Office of Technology Commercialization The Convergence Center, Foundry Drive, SuiteWest Lafayette, IN Purdue University innovations can be found in all 50 U.S.
states and in about countries around the world. This is accomplished through university technology transfer - integrating the research and public service activities of the University. One of the unique aspects of technology transfer is that innovations born out of academic research often lead to the formation of new companies that develop new products, create jobs and spark economic growth.
Literature Review: Commercializing High Technology. For a high-technology innovation to successfully reach the market, a company's commercialization team must identify, obtain, combine, and manage needed technological knowledge. The innovation must be developed into a product, which must then be manufactured, marketed, and distributed.
There are key areas that are incorporating technology into financial activities to help develop the customer journey including: Customer service. Perhaps the biggest way that FinTech is disrupting the finance and banking sector is through customer service.
In the past, a good customer service team was vital for any company involved in finance. Transferring technology has been defined as the systematic transfer of knowledge in manufacturing a product, for the application of a processor for presenting of a service (Macho-Stadler, Pérez.
As a lawyer, AUTM member, business professor and technology entrepreneur, I highly recommend this as one of the best books you'll find on the practical aspects of commercializing technology. The book contains a wealth of tips, models and business strategies that other books on technology transfer Reviews: 6.
IntroductionCommercialization is series of activities that transform an innovation to a final product or service from which economic benefit can be derived (Meyers, ; Perkmann et al., ; Rosa & Rose, ; Speser, ).
Presently, there is pressure on research institutes and their scientists to commercialize innovations due to limited funding for basic research. About us. We work with EPFL researchers to turn their technologies into business opportunities that can benefit society – in particular by capturing and licensing EPFL’s intellectual property assets, managing collaborations with industry, and by accelerating the commercialization of early stage technologies.
Technology transfer can be the production of new product (p roduct or em bodied technology transfer) and m ore efficient production of existing products (process or disembodied technology tr ansfer). Acceptance of federal research funding obligates the recipient institution to: 1) obtain written agreements from employees to report inventions and discoveries and assign them to the institution; 2) disclose inventions to the federal agency supporting the grant; 3) elect title (if they are going to) to the invention within 2 years; and 4) file a patent application within 1 year of election of.
tion. If done for the right reasons, technology transfer aligns with and advances universities’ overarching missions of research, education, and service. Tech-nology transfer is a mechanism by which universities ensure that public investment in science is impactful, that such investments enhance economic develop.
The office is staffed by technology transfer professionals with backgrounds in science, intellectual property, and business development. Success Stories Research conducted at Memorial Sloan Kettering has produced ten drugs FDA approved for marketing, and one product approved by the USDA.
FUKUOKA, Japan, April 6, /PRNewswire/ -- Kyulux, Inc., an advanced materials startup that is commercializing the next generation of OLED display and lighting technology. from NASA a guarantee for financial or technical assistance is a point that deserves some scrutiny.
Corporate investment in new product devel-opment is generally undertaken only after a critical appraisal of the relevant technology, the anticipated development cost and anticipated return, and the market demand.
AT&T’s decision. ENTR Technology Transfer and Commercialization. or licenses proprietary technology, manufactures a technology related product, or devotes a high percentage of financial effort to research and development.
Services are also extended to non-technology businesses that provide training and services to technology businesses, expand to. University technology transfer is the process by which fundamental discoveries are moved from the laboratory into the commercial sector for development into beneficial products and processes.
Technology transfer’s economic and social contributions to our nation were greatly enhanced by the enactment of the Bayh-Dole Act inwhich allowed universities to retain the patent and licensing. The U.S.
government was well aware of China’s aggressive strategy of leveraging private investors to buy up the latest American technology when, early last year, a company called Avatar. The Office of Technology Transfer & Services (OTTS) supports faculty, staff, and students in commercializing creations, discoveries, and innovations developed at the University.
OTTS supports the BGSU mission of engaged economic and industry development by transferring innovations to external partners for further development and commercialization. The technology and training will be in your country (assembly instructions manuals and quality assurance procedures) Engineering revisions for the new local market if required; Manufacturing assembly line requires only regular tools (No machines required) Tests and standards for the local market; A Quality Control required for all the products.
Successful product design and development requires the ability to take a concept and translate the technology into useful, patentable, commercial products. This book guides the reader through the practical aspects of the commercialization process of drug, diagnostic and device biomedical technology including market analysis, product development Reviews: 7.
Frank X. Curci is a Shareholder in Buchalter’s Portland office and a member of the Firm’s Corporate Practice Group. His practice focuses on the representation of high-tech companies (ranging from emerging growth companies to global companies), bioscience industry companies, universities/research institutions, global technology consortia, technology accelerators, and other technology-based.
John Diebel says commercializing university technology is a little like playing football. “It’s a game of patience,” the assistant director of commercialization in Michigan Tech’s Office of Innovation and Commercialization explains. “You just try to move the ball forward one play at a time.”.
About Changchun High-Tech Industry and GenScience Pharmaceiticals GenScience Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd. is a % owned subsidiary of Changchun High -tech.
China and the U.S. are battling to be the leader in 5G technology, a fight it seems that Chinese tech companies are winning.
A new book by journalist Rebecca Fannin looks at how China has come to. Buried deep in Start-up Acta bill to boost high-tech start-ups, is a bad idea that will hinder commercialization of inventions developed at U.S. universities. Called the "free agent. years, when Defense began to incorporate technology transfer into its mission in response to the Federal Technology Transfer Act of In fiscal years andthe Air Force, Army, and Navy granted 16 licenses per year and received $, in license income per year.
Typically, an employee (or employees) leaves the parent organization, taking along a technology that serves as the entry ticket for the new company in a high-tech industry. Spin-offs are the main mechanisms of technology transfer in some areas like Silicon Valley (Rogers and Larsen, ).
Spin-offs are also know as “start-ups” and “spin. In addition, the Technology Transfer Office works closely with the university’s high-tech business incubator, the Innovation Center, and its state-sponsored Entrepreneurial Services Provider program, TechGROWTH Ohio, to connect inventors to business coaches and sources of seed funding that can help them launch startup companies if appropriate.
Encouraging innovation and accelerating technology transfer in a manner consistent with Harvard’s tradition of academic independence, public service, and commitment to the community. Protecting and Harnessing Intellectual Property Evaluating, patenting, licensing, and. staffed “innovation service centers” (创业服务中心) and “technology transfer centers” (技术转移中心) commercialize the technology brought to China “by various means” (以多种方式).
Rounding out the program are legal venues, practices, and access points, including direct technology purchases, hi-tech Sino-foreign coop.
Focused on commercializing new technologies, product launch, corporate operations, strategic analysis, technology transfer, start-ups and financing Title: Business Development Strategist.
Julie-ann Pina guides startups in Finance, overlapping with HR, Operations, Marketing, and IT Strategy. She focuses on ‘real-tech’ commercializing science and engineering in health, robotics, and the Internet of Things. Past projects include startups, new enterprises within existing companies, and product development and launch.The Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) is Cornell University's technology transfer office.
We manage technology for Cornell's Ithaca campus, Weill Cornell Medical Colleges, Cornell Tech and the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva.Tech Licensing: () The Hub: () SW 2nd Avenue Gainesville, FL