The Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) team at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center is looking for a partner that can provide information and expertise to support a study of how defects are created in composite materials during their fabrication, testing, and use. … Continue reading

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Doesn’t an acronym make everything better? Seriously, sometimes the act of sitting down and thinking through the essence of what you do in an effort to come up with a clever, memorable acronym leads you to greater clarity about what’s … Continue reading

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NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center has developed a novel position sensor with gap-sensing capabilities that, when combined with three other new technologies, provides a wide range of new sensor tools. Each of the technologies included in this suite provides a … Continue reading

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The innovators asked some excellent questions during the training I gave at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center earlier this week. One thing that they wanted to know was how to identify potential partners. How could they find out which organizations were … Continue reading

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Blog Series Applying the 4 P’s to Get to the “Science of the Deal” This collection of blog posts presents a methodology to consistently and predictably execute licensing and partnership agreements. Download PDF.

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Editor’s Note: This is the final post in a five-part series examining Fuentek’s Deal-Making 4 P’s. As I noted in a previous post, Fuentek’s proven Deal-Making 4 P’s can position your Technology Transfer Office (TTO) to more consistently and predictably … Continue reading

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Editor’s note: This is the fourth post in a five-part series examining Fuentek’s Deal-Making 4 P’s.) As I noted in a previous post, Fuentek’s proven Deal-Making 4 P’s can position your Technology Transfer Office (TTO) to more consistently and predictably … Continue reading

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Editor’s Note: This is the third post in a five-part series examining Fuentek’s Deal-Making 4 P’s. As I noted in a previous post, Fuentek’s proven Deal-Making 4 P’s can position your Technology Transfer Office (TTO) to more consistently and predictably … Continue reading

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An innovative technology developed at NASA’s Johnson Space Center for harsh, cold, high-altitude conditions has reached a new height as a recent winner of a prestigious R&D 100 Award. The High Altitude Hydration System was originally conceived and designed by … Continue reading

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Updated Oct. 12, 2010 Editor’s Note: This is the second post in a five-part series examining Fuentek’s Deal-Making 4 P’s. As I noted in my previous post, Fuentek’s proven Deal-Making 4 P’s can position your Technology Transfer Office (TTO) to … Continue reading

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