This category contains links to technology transfer offices that are associated with institutions such as universities, government laboratories, research hospitals, and more.
Responsible for the management of Cornell University's technology which is done in support of Cornell's mission by leveraging their innovation to promote regional economic development to benefit the public.
Commercial liaison unit, responsible for the marketing and commercialization of the university's research activities through collaborative research, technology transfer and consultancy services.
Protects and transfers the intellectual property of Emory University through commercialization to provide a benefit to the University and society.
Provides a one-stop shop to advance the development of Harvard technologies, inventions, and discoveries by fostering strategic collaborations with industry through licensing, sponsored research and new venture agreements.
Technology commercialization competition created by the University of Texas at Austin to provide cross-disciplinary education for engineers, business, and law students.
Not-for-profit agency that facilitates industry-Indiana University research and technology collaborations, helping companies develop commercially viable technology. Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
Wholly-owned subsidiary of the University of Oxford, founded to exploit know-how arising out of research at University of Oxford.
Provides management, marketing and financial support to new and established businesses that are based on innovative technologies and practices. Commercialisation arm of the University of South Australia.
Technology Transfer, NASA, government, business development, and other things of interest.
Facilitates the transfer of APL-developed technology to business and industry to benefit the public, foster economic development, and benefit the University.
Provides entrepreneur training, commercialization, and technology transfer services for governments, companies, and universities.
Dedicated to converting Mayo ideas, ingenuity and expertise into health care products and services which are consistent with Mayo Clinic's image and reputation and which generate significant revenue to support Mayo Clinic's mission.
Supports the research endeavours of McMaster University and its affiliated hospitals, Hamilton Health Sciences and St. Joseph’s by facilitating collaborative research with industry and disseminating research results through commercialization.
Fosters commercial investment in the development of inventions and discoveries flowing from the research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln Laboratory, the Broad Institute and the Whitehead Institute, through licensing of the intellectual property resulting from this research.
The Technology and Licensing Office of The Chinese University of Hong Kong whose mission is to bridge academia with industry and facilitate knowledge transfer in support of transforming Hong Kong, as well as the region, to a knowledge-based and innovation-led economy.
The University of Cincinnati Intellectual Property Office transfers and commercializes University of Cincinnati intellectual assets into benefits for our region and the public good.
The University of Louisville's Technology Transfer Office whose vision is to become a recognized leader in Technology Transfer, champion Innovation for the benefit of society, and foster a return of the public investment in University Research.
Manages the intellectual property developed by the University's faculty, staff and students.
Manages intellectual property for Digital Ventures manages intellectual property for University of Washington projects in software, algorithms, systems, databases, and digital contents in music, dances, and educational materials.
Manages University of Washington intellectual property with the goal of extending the impact of University of Washington research through the creation of partnerships that encourage investment in innovation.
Supports technology commercialization at the University of Maryland through education, mentoring, networking, and hands-on incubation programs.
Works to commercialise the academic research emanating from the University of Warwick (UK) and in doing so, help establish successful, sustainable, and profitable companies.
Works with their researchers who have an invention or other form of intellectual property in taking their technologies to market.
Offers assistance with product development and licensing. Includes how to become a Xerox brand licensee and company news.
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