TECH TRANSFER CONSULTANCY
Doug Foster
Elaborating on My Fav Tweets from Tech Transfer Marketing Webinar

My colleague Danielle McCulloch and I had a great time last week presenting our Effective Technology Marketing webinar. If you were watching the #TTOmarketing hashtag, you know that we tweeted quite a bit. Of course, 140 characters isn’t much, so today I’m going to elaborate on a few of my favorite tweets from the webinar. Prep is key in discovering Who What When Where Why How and How Much for yr #techtransfer marketing. I think these seven questions are…

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Worth Reading: Advice and Ideas for Tech Transfer Marketing

It’s time for another installment of articles, blogs, videos, and the like that have caught the attention of the folks here at Fuentek. This month features several items related to marketing, several of which we saw on the weekly IP Marketing eNews (a great free resource, as is its Wednesday counterpart: Tech Transfer eNews).

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Great Tech Transfer Is a Marathon, Not a Sprint: Stories from the Field

While everyone likes a sprint, the reality is that tech transfer with the greatest impact usually is a marathon. Negotiating effective tech transfer agreements can seem as arduous, and there are so many steps along the path where you can trip or even fall. But taking the longer view always has better benefits for you and your potential licensee/partner. That’s the focus of today’s Stories from the Field post.

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NASA’s Copolymer Gel Electrolyte versus SpongeBob SquarePants? No Contest!

NASA inventor Dean Tigelaar displays copolymer gel electrolyte. Editor’s note: This technology is no longer available for licensing. Most people have heard of the cartoon phenomenon SpongeBob SquarePants®. The extremely energetic and optimistic sponge …

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Five Common Sense Tips for Marketing Technology

I recently worked on a new licensing deal for a Fuentek client and wanted to share a few tips that led to our success. These ideas about marketing intellectual property are not unlike the best practices that my Fuentek colleagues have blogged about bef …

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NASA Technology Licensed for Off-Grid Refrigeration Of Vaccines

Technology that was originally created by NASA engineers to cool lunar bases has been licensed to SunDanzer Refrigeration Inc. to help people in remote places here on Earth. The Innovation Partnerships Office at NASA’s Johnson Space Center granted the non-exclusive license, with Fuentek facilitating the process. The license has the potential to bring the solar-powered refrigeration systems technology into the developing world and save lives, while also protecting the environment.

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NASA Technology Enhances Sharing of Audio Streams

Engineers at NASA’s Johnson Space Center have developed technology that allows remote flight support personnel and management to monitor Mission Control Center (MCC) audio streams from the comfort and convenience of their offices. The technology has pr …

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Hey, Where Did My Satellite Dish Go?!

The dishes you’re used to seeing on houses—you know, the ones that make it look like the homeowner is operating a space observatory—may be on the way out. Researchers at NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio have developed a cellular reflecta …

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ShuttleSCAN 3-D

High-Speed Three-Dimensional Laser Scanner with Real-Time ProcessingNASA Ames Research Center offers for license its award winning, patented ShuttleSCAN 3-D surface scanning and profiling technology. Originally developed for critical, real-time inspect …

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