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Lots of Ideas on How to Inspire Innovators – Thanks, LinkedIn!

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A few weeks ago I blogged on the results our poll on the most effective way to encourage innovators to participate in tech transfer. Since then, the conversation has continued on LinkedIn® via the Technology Transfer Valorisation group. Some great ideas were shared in that group. Since some readers of our blog might not be members of that group, I’d like to share them here. Continue reading

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Training Takes the Lead, but Comments Shed More Light in Latest Poll

Our latest poll asked the question: What does your tech transfer office (TTO) find to be the most effective way to encourage innovator participation in tech transfer? As you can see by the chart, more than two-fifths of respondents said training was their most important tool. And as regular readers of our blog know, we agree. Training sessions we’ve provided to researchers on the basics of tech transfer as well as open innovation topics have done wonders to help TTOs connect with innovators.

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Tips for Creating Effective Yearly Reports for Tech Transfer Programs

We’ve blogged a bit at Fuentek about our client’s award-winning technologies. But it’s pretty exciting when our own work receives an award. Later today Fuentek will be receiving an award from the Carolina Chapter of the Society for Technical Communications … Continue reading

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Get What You Pay For When It Comes to Webinars

Your time is precious, right? So when it comes to attending a webinar, you want to get the most out of your time—not to mention the registration fee that your company (or maybe even you yourself) paid. And if the … Continue reading

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Training from Hundreds of Miles Away: Tips for Webinar Trainers

Having just completed a series of eight webinars to train interns at a major research university about the science and art of technology commercialization, I’ve learned a few things about the challenges of conducting training remotely. Sure, there are advantages … Continue reading

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