A different perspective on technology transfer

Sunday, July 15, 2007

University-based technology transfer is a well-established channel for universities to commercialize their intellectual property. Although it is difficult to perform at high levels, technology transfer provide the foundation for technology-based business development around university campuses.

But what if your region has no research-based universities? Well, you might follow the example of the Siouxland Initiative. They have hired a young lawyer with a background in hard sciences to look for technologies that might lead to new business development with new or existing companies. Read more.

posted by Ed Morrison |

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