Fuentek team members will join hundreds of technology transfer professionals next week in New Orleans for the AUTM 2022 Annual Meeting. Today’s post offers a preview of our three sessions and the tech transfer goodies we’ll have with us at Booth #600 in the Exhibit Hall.
The AUTM 2022 Annual Meeting is Feb. 20-23, and we are excited to step away from virtual interactions and reconnect in person with tech transfer colleagues after a two-year hiatus. With 90+ educational sessions, an exhibit hall, and multiple receptions and networking periods, the meeting can be overwhelming. Here’s my advice to help you get the most out of your time in New Orleans.
Take our Tech Transfer Gender Data Survey to contribute to the national conversation involving gender diversity. We’ll share results later this month at our session on incorporating equity, diversity, and inclusivity (EDI) data into TTO metrics at the AUTM 2022 Annual Meeting in New Orleans. We’ll examine data trends and cover the challenges of acquiring EDI data and securing the buy-in of university administrators.
Only a small percentage of SBIR/STTR companies request an often-overlooked funding resource to help them shape their commercialization plans. That’s why we were happy to contribute to a Technology Transfer Tactics spotlight article to help spread the word about how small businesses can tap into the TABA program.
Fuentek will join hundreds of global technology transfer professionals next week for the AUTM 2021 national meeting. This year’s virtual format makes the event accessible to tech transfer professionals anywhere. We’re an Exhibitor, we’re hosting an AUTM session, and we’re trying something new with ‘Tools in 10’ mini sessions.
Small businesses submitting Phase I proposals to NASA this Friday have a valuable opportunity to request up to $6,500 in additional funding for Technical and Business Assistance (TABA). A relatively new program, TABA provides funding that is separate from the R&D budget for your SBIR/STTR project. So, TABA lets you obtain valuable market data and commercialization guidance at no additional cost to you.
For university Technology Transfer Offices (TTOs), a review of performance, structure, and functions—particularly in comparison to peer organizations—provides the opportunity to optimize internal operations, enhance engagement with internal and external customers and stakeholders, and revise policies and procedures to better align with current goals. Tracking data metrics is one way to accomplish key goals and prepare for future opportunities.
Although the AUTM 2020 annual meeting was cancelled, we can still share best practices, information, and thoughts. Join us in a webinar version of the panel we had planned for: Government Use of Federally Funded IP: It’s Not as Simple as You Think Wed., March 11, 2020 • 1:00–3:00pm EDT
AUTM 2020 is coming up March 8-11, and university professionals will gather in San Diego to learn about the latest developments in technology transfer and network with industry, investors, and other research institutions. Here is my advice for bringing back the greatest value when you return to your technology transfer office (TTO).
Garbage in, garbage out. It’s a bit of a cliché, but it’s also a truism for data integrity, as Becky Stoughton and I discussed at a recent webinar. Both of us know firsthand the importance of establishing and maintaining data integrity for TTOs. Since we had some valuable insights to provide to TTOs, let’s consider the tweets @fuentek sent out during the webinar in a little more depth.
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