Tag Archives: University/Government Licensing-Other Insights

Upcoming Session Discusses How To Leverage Government Resources for University Start-ups

Next week I’ll be one of three panelists in a live webinar hosted by Technology Transfer Tactics. The topic: how your technology transfer office can establish successful partnerships with government agencies. This is a topic I’m quite passionate about, and … Continue reading

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Decentralizing University Licensing: A Naïve Idea in 2010

As a consulting firm, we would directly benefit from the idea posited by Robert E. Litan and Lesa Mitchell of the Kauffman Foundation, published as part of “The HBR List: Breakthrough Ideas in 2010” piece in the January 2010 issue … Continue reading

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Standard License Agreements: UNC’s New Twist

Many tech transfer organizations find that getting a license deal inked is a time-consuming process – too time-consuming. One possible solution to this recurring problem is to develop a standard agreement for licenses. Standardizing license agreements is beneficial to both … Continue reading

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