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The University of Utah's Technology Commercialization Office (TCO) kicked off the effort today by launching four campaigns on a new website portal designed specifically to attract donations for new university technologies.
SYRACUSE - New technology commercialization clinics at universities in Rochester and the Niagara Falls area will be up and running during the current academic year with help from Syracuse University (SU).
The solar power demonstration site, which cost around $130,000, was funded through a technology commercialization allocation from NASA's Environmental Research Aircraft and Sensor Technology program.
The "ICU & WBT University Technology Commercialization Competition" encourages graduate students to commercialize technologies developed at their universities and facilitate the resulting new ventures obtaining funding.
The transition of the Kansas City Plant and SNL to dual weapons and technology commercialization missions is consistent with the National Technology Initiative (NTI), launched this year to increase cooperation between government and business to develop globally competitive technologies.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Parvus Corporation has been selected as the 2006 Manufacturer of the Year in the category of "Innovation and Technology Commercialization.
CRADAs are a form of technology commercialization agreement that permits DOE labs to collaborate with private businesses on research that can lead to improvements in commercial technologies while achieving the objective of federal research and development programs.
Copan was Managing Director at the Lubrizol Corporation, responsible for technology commercialization, licensing and new ventures.