2 edition of Creating technology transfer success stories found in the catalog.
Creating technology transfer success stories
by New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, Technology and Information Policy Program, Syracuse University in [Albany, N.Y.?]
Written in English
|Contributions||New York State Energy Research and Development Authority., Syracuse University. Technology and Information Policy Program|
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Technology transfer is one of the most important fields in research and development of new products or new technology service today, making research technology transfer an important topic (Chen et al. ).The technology transfer practices could support organizations to develop and achieve a.
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CONCEPT TO COMMERCIALIzATION: THE BEST UNIvERSITIES FOR TECHNOLOgy TRANSFER 3 tHe UniverSity teCHnology tranSFer anD CommerCialization inDex Development of an aggregate ranking of university technology transfer and commercialization success is fraught with challenges; nevertheless, metrics-based benchmarking is helpful inFile Size: 1MB.
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, File Size: 1MB. But traditional technology transfer, for the most part, has been a failure. Though some universities have hit it big, success stories are rare—colleges often refer to them as “unicorns.”.The Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) has numerous success stories to report out of its plus year history at Cornell are pleased to share the following success stories that began with technologies supported by the CAT and/or its Pre-Seed Workshop and McGovern Center.