Category Archives: Competitive Intelligence

Tools to Identify Potential Collaborators and R&D Partners

One thing that innovators at a recent training wanted to know was how to identify potential partners. How could they find out which organizations were at the cutting edge in various technology disciplines? This is an excellent question. Here were … Continue reading

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NASA’s Reliability-Centered Maintenance Pilot Program Saves Over $300,000 in Taxpayer Money

Fuentek conducted vital background research Many of Fuentek’s blog posts discuss technologies available for licensing from NASA. And yet, technology transfer at NASA involves not only the “pushing out” of innovations for technology commercialization, but also the “pulling in” of … Continue reading

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Technology Screenings and Assessments: Making Informed Commercialization Decisions

Updated September 2016 Too often in my work, I see organizations trying to commercialize inventions without really considering the commercial viability of the technology. Just because you can get a patent on an innovation doesn’t automatically mean you should commercialize it. … Continue reading

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