6 edition of Technology Transfer And The University (Macmillan Reprint): found in the catalog.
October 30, 1990
by American Council on Education/Oryx Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||352|
Tackling a complex topic in clear language, the book reveals the impressive scale of patenting, licensing, and spin-out company creation while also demonstrating that university technology transfer. Technology is typically transferred through a license agreement in which the university retains ownership of the intellectual property, while the industrial partner obtains conditional rights to use and develop a technology. Before the technology transfer can take place, inventors must define and disclose the nature of their invention to the.
Technology Transfer at Oklahoma State University - By the Numbers. Technology Development Center plays an important role in fostering technology development and commercialization at Oklahoma State University. The past decade has been very productive as the By the Numbers report here indicates. In the last ten years, TDC has generated $ Technology transfer describes a formal transferring of new discoveries and innovations resulting from scientific research conducted at universities to the commercial sector. This article explores the reason why there has been tremendous growth in technology transfer programs, the benefits and successes of technology transfer, and how technology.
Analyzing the Effectiveness of University Technology Transfer: Implications for Entrepreneurship Education; The Bayh-Dole Act and High-Technology Entrepreneurship in U.S. Universities: Chicken, Egg, or Something Else? The Knowledge Spillover Theory of . The Technology Transfer Law Handbook is an invaluable resource for practitioners serving the technology transfer community, delineating the full scope of recent developments and how they affect technology transfer operations in unique and unexpected ways, as well as presenting new challenges and opportunities.
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Tackling a complex topic in clear language, the book reveals the impressive scale of patenting, licensing, and spin-out company creation while also demonstrating that university technology transfer is a commercial activity with benefits that go well beyond the opportunity to make money.
"Explaining the complexity of operating an excellent university technology transfer program, this book will be of interest to people entering the field from other professions, as well as policymakers, academic leaders trying to understand why technology transfer matters, and anyone who wants to understand the bigger : Tom Hockaday.
Tackling a complex topic in clear language, the book reveals the impressive scale of patenting, licensing, and spin-out company creation while also demonstrating that university technology transfer is a commercial activity with benefits that go well beyond the opportunity to make : Johns Hopkins University Press.
By examining different commercialization models this book analyses technology transfer at universities as part of a national and regional system. It provides insight as to why certain models work better than others, and reaffirms that technology transfer programs must be linked to their regional and commercial environments.
Tom Hockaday, an independent technology transfer consultant, was the managing director of Oxford University Innovation (formerly Isis Innovation), the technology transfer company at the University of Oxford, from to He has over 5/5(1).
To manage its intellectual property, most research universities have technology transfer offices. Their responsibilities include evaluating inventions for possible patent applications, applying for patents, licensing of intellectual property, and enforcing intellectual property agreements.
According to the Bayh-Dole Act, if the university claims intellectual property ownership, it must file a Author: Dean O. Smith. The book begins with discussions of the evolution of biotechnology; entrepreneurship in the biotechnology industry; university-industry technology transfer process; and the life cycle of a biotechnology company.
It considers the prospects for biotechnology, from the perspective of a venture capitalist and human resource practitioner. Technology transfer, also called transfer of technology (TOT), is the process of transferring (disseminating) technology from the person or organization that owns or holds it to another person or organization.
It occurs along various axes: among universities, from universities to businesses (and vice versa), from large businesses to smaller ones (and vice versa), from governments to businesses.
Completed in in Shenzhen Shi, China. Images by Alex Chan. Nowadays, as books cease to be the primary carrier for the transfer of knowledge, the meaning of “The Library” is also shifting.
Phyllis Speser's The Art and Science of Technology Transfer is a must read for innovators and managers of technology.
There are several uncomfortable hurtles for entrepreneurs along the path to commercialization. This book pulls the curtain back with a style that is both educational as well as down right s: 5. Technology transfer is the mechanism by which the accumulated knowledge developed by a specific entity is transferred wholly or partially to another one to allow the receiver to benefit from such knowledge (UNIDO, ).
In another sense, technology transfer is to improve the technological capability of business enterprises in developing countries.
The Tech Transfer Book of Best Practices is packed with over detailed articles filled with tips, tactics, ideas, expert guidance, and nuts-and-bolts solutions in 14 critical technology transfer areas.
Here is just a small portion of the many best practice articles you’ll find in this one-of-a-kind resource. Bringing together government leaders, World Health Organization officials, and experts in virology, wildlife biology, clinical ethics, technology transfer, and international law, the book identifies the critical problems - and implications of these problems - posed by negotiating for access and sharing benefits, and proposes solutions to ensure.
“Technology transfer helps develop early-stage intellectual property into tools for direct use by the research community, or into bases for new platforms, products, or services to be made into products for public use,” UNeMed, the technology transfer and commercialisation office for the University of Nebraska Medical Center, points out.
Aimed at people who work in or with university technology transfer offices, as well as anyone who wants to learn the basics of what is involved, University Technology Transfer speaks to a global audience. Tackling a complex topic in clear language, the book reveals the impressive scale of patenting, licensing, and spin-out company creation.
The theme of this collection of essays is technology transfer. The topic has three major aspects: the interchange of technologies between military and civilian applications - spin-off, dual use, conversion and diversification fall under this heading; the proliferation of military arms, which could occur either through arms races between developed nations or through the transfer of military.
INTRODUCTION: The technology transfer throughout the life cycle as well as transfers of manufacturing processes from one site to another during the commercial production phase 1. In the pharmaceutical industry, “technology transfer” refers to the processes that are needed for successful progress from drug discovery to product development to clinical trials to full-scale commercialization 2.
The Chicago Handbook of University Technology Transfer and Academic Entrepreneurship is the first definitive source to synthesize state-of-the-art research in this arena. Edited by three of the foremost experts in the field, the handbook presents evidence from entrepreneurs, administrators, regulators, and professors in numerous disciplines.
"This book will help us better understand why and how universities around the globe vary in the degree they are able to bring inventions generated in university research labs to the marketplace. It will provide helpful guidance for universities embarking on technology transfer for the first time or are reconsidering how they can improve."Manufacturer: Routledge.
"Explaining the complexity of operating an excellent university technology transfer program, this book will be of interest to people entering the field from other professions, as well as policymakers, academic leaders trying to understand why technology transfer matters, and anyone who wants to understand the bigger picture.
held at the WIPO Roundtable on Development of University-Industry Partnerships for the Promotion of Innovation and the Transfer of Technology that took place on 26 and 27 April,in Tokyo.
At the Roundtable, it was found that in many countries, transfer of technology involves not only universities, but also government-funded laboratories. Patterns of technology transfer are outlined in papers by Donald Siegel, Phillip Phan, David Mowery, and David Audretsch, Max Keilbach, and Erik Lehmann.
They describe the determinants of technology transfer, its impact, and challenges within a university setting. The history of university licensing activity is by: University Technology Transfer in Brazil: A Comprehensive Picture, Guilherme Ary Plonski The Ethos of University Technology Transfer: Aligning Transactional and Humanistic Values in a Bayh-Dole Regime, Henry Etzkowitz Technology Transfer in US Universities and Research Institutions, Lita Nelsen Part VI.