ABOUT HARVARD UNIVERSITY'S OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT The Harvard Office of Technology Development (OTD) is responsible for all activities pertaining to the evaluation, patenting and licensing of new inventions and discoveries made at Harvard University and Harvard Medical School.
What does OTD stand for?
OTD stands for Office of Technology Development
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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When he managed the life sciences technology portfolio at University of North Carolina's Office of Technology Development, he oversaw the growth of new company formation to second in the nation in 2001.
a leading provider of microscopy solutions for research, clinical and industrial applications, is pleased to announce that they have signed a licensing agreement with Harvard University's Office of Technology Development (OTD).
He had an active role in the university's Office of Technology Development, adding staff and a patent administration system valued at $300,000, according to UNC officials.
What [Ensley] has is wonderful," but it's still just "gee-whiz science," asserts Rashalee Levine of DOE's Office of Technology Development in Germantown, Md.
Some economic development bills are still alive, including House Bill 1282, which amends the pre-engineering technology curriculum in schools, HB 1404, relative to liability insurance for passenger rail service which, if passed, would give a shot in the ann to efforts to bring rail service to New Hampshire, Senate Bill 412, relative to establishing the office of technology development and telecommunications planning and SB 452, relative to transportation planning.