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COVID-19 Technology Access Framework

A technology licensing framework has been developed by Stanford University, Harvard University, and the Massaschusetts Institute of Technology. To address the global COVID-19 pandemic, these three institutions developed and are implementing technology transfer strategies to allow for and incentivize rapid utilization of available technologies that may be useful for preventing, diagnosing, and treating COVID-19 infection during the pandemic. The three original institutions have committed to a set of guidelines around patenting and licensing strategies to facilitate rapid global access, and several other institutions have also joined in their adoption of the framework since its release.

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Find MIT COVID-19 technologies using Visible Legacy Navigator Search

In a previous blog post we discussed a new technology licensing framework developed by Stanford University, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and co-signed by a number of other research universities. In this post we will look at the Available Technologies presented by MIT on their Technology Licensing Office website and how to use the Visible Legacy Navigator Search to quickly find a relevant fit for your needs.


Navigator Update Released

Visible Legacy Navigator(tm) continues to be an attractive one-stop website for tech scouts seeking new innovations or collaborations from the top 25 research universities. Building on the enhancements from last year, we've released another major update to the Navigator website portal including data content and improved features to continue building a powerful map-based search-and-explore front-end to let you quickly view the context of the latest academic research and quickly find direct links to take you to the original sources.