University Licensing Offices with Technology Publisher lists
Below is a list of universities that are included in the Inteum Minuet Technology Publisher feed collection. Our source is the RSS feeds from the University OTL sites.
The Navigator "Widget" maps are centered on the respective Licensing Office organizations and show new technologies as red diamonds. You can then drill down to the Investigator Lab level to find PhDs and Post-Doctoral Research Fellows and see the context of grants and papers. Compare your experience using the Visible Legacy Navigator maps and faceted search lists with the actual OTL Search sites. The links from the disclosure topics in Navigator will lead you to the University licensing website for direct contact information.
For details about how to implement these widgets in your OTL website, please see our recent blog post.
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Princeton University Office of Technology Licensing
At the Office of Technology Licensing (OTL), we help connect industry partners, investors, and entrepreneurs with Princeton's cutting-edge technologies and researchers to bring innovative solutions to real world problems.
University of Chicago Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
The Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation bridges the gap between knowledge and practice, idea and action, and research and impact through education, partnerships, and new venture creation.
University of Pennsylvania Center for Innovation
The Penn Center for Innovation at University of Pennsylvania (PCI) is a premier university innovation, venture creation, and commercialization center
Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures
Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures (JHTV) is the intellectual property administration center of the Johns Hopkins University. In addition to serving as the licensing, patent and technology commercialization office for Johns Hopkins researchers and inventors, JHTV also supports the growth of startup companies in and around the university and is an active liaison to parties interested in leveraging university research or materials for academic or corporate endeavors.
Northwestern University Innovation and New Ventures (INVO)
Northwestern inventive activity is strong, with more than 200 disclosures in 2016. Northwestern University Innovation and New Ventures' (INVO) work strives to strengthen entrepreneurial activity by both students and faculty and build a self-sustained community that will generate innovations to benefit society.
UCLA Technology Development Group
The UCLA Technology Development Group promotes UCLA innovation, research, teaching and entrepreneurship to benefit society. It creates economic value to support UCLA‚Äôs scholarly and educational missions and the State of California. And it leads UCLA‚Äôs research community to bring innovation to market.
University of Texas, Austin Office of Technology Commercialization
The Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC) is responsible for the efficient transfer of university discoveries to the marketplace for the benefit of society.
King's College London Research and Innovation
Looking for a technology or invention to commercialise? King's has a large array of cutting-edge technologies and inventions created by our world-class academics that can be searched and licensed.Our IP & Licensing experts work closely with external partners and our academic inventors to ensure that the commercialisation process is appropriate and timely.
Rutgers University Office of Research Commercialization
The Rutgers University Office of Research Commercialization is responsible for technology transfer at Rutgers University.
Vanderbilt University Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization
Vanderbilt Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization's mission is to provide professional commercialization services to the Vanderbilt community, thus optimizing the flow of innovation to the marketplace and generating revenue that supports future research activities, while having a positive impact on society.
Brown University Technology Innovations
The mission of Brown Technology Innovations is to put Brown University‚Äôs technology first to drive commercial outcomes that benefit the University and society.
University of Virginia Licensing and Ventures Group
The mission of University of Virginia Licensing and Ventures Group is to maximize the impact of UVA's innovation assets via commercialization, while providing high levels of customer service, value-added business development, new venture creation, and a focus on driving quality transactions.
University of Rochester UR Ventures
The mission of University of Rochester UR Ventures is to develop UR innovations into valuable products and services to make the world ever better.
University of Florida Office of Technology Licensing
Successfully transferring new discoveries to the marketplace is an important responsibility for one of the nation‚Äôs top public research universities. The University of Florida has earned a reputation as a leader in commercializing discoveries that cure diseases, create jobs and make the world a better place. This reputation is the result of the collaborative working relationship between faculty generating new discoveries and the Office of Technology Licensing working to find commercial partners. OTL staff are dedicated to assisting UF employees who feel they have something new and useful, with patent potential.
University of Arizona Tech Launch Arizona
University of Arizona Tech Launch Arizona (TLA) will build upon the synergies among the faculty, administration, students and alumni of the University of Arizona, its tech parks, and the technology and business community to significantly enhance the impact of UA research, intellectual property (IP) and technological innovation.
Emory University Office of Technology Transfer
It is our role in the Office of Technology Transfer (OTT) to both manage the intellectual property rights of the University and to oversee industry contracts and provide a single point of contact for industry.
Tufts University Office of Tech Transfer
The Tufts Technology Transfer and Industry Collaboration (TTIC) is responsible for facilitating the transfer of Tufts technology for public use and benefit. TTIC evaluates, obtains proprietary protection for, and assists in the distribution of technology for research and commercial purposes. TTIC is responsible for transferring technology for commercial development by identifying potential markets and negotiating license agreements with industry partners, be they large or start-up companies.
University of Nottingham Intellectual Property Commercialisation Office
The IP Commercialisation Office assists with the identification, protection and commercial exploitation of University Intellectual Property (IP) as well as providing advice on IP-related matters.
Michigan State University Innovation Center
The MSU Innovation Center combines innovation, technology transfer, start-up support, and a portfolio of dedicated business and community partnerships to bring cutting-edge ideas to the marketplace. Composed of MSU Technologies, Business-CONNECT and Spartan Innovations, the MSU Innovation Center stewards ideas from concept to product, launching more than 130 discoveries into patented products and start-up businesses annually.
University of Massachusetts, Amherst Technology Transfer Office
The commercialization landscape has changed dramatically in the 30 years since the birth of academic technology transfer. While corporate licensing remains a pillar to commercializing academic research, fostering local innovation ecosystems through start-up formation has become an equally important pathway. UMass Amherst is committed to growing the economies of Western Massachusetts and the rest of the Commonwealth through entrepreneurship, and the Technology Transfer Office (TTO) is spearheading that effort.
Iowa State University Office of Intellectual Property and Technology
As part of its land-grant mission to share knowledge far beyond the campus borders, Iowa State University works vigorously to move research results from the laboratory to the marketplace for the benefit of society. The Office of Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer (OIPTT), in conjunction with the Iowa State University Research Foundation, Inc. (ISURF) facilitates this process on behalf of Iowa State and the employees and students who create the intellectual property (IP).
University of Notre Dame Commercialization Engine Team
The IDEA Center is the University of Notre Dame‚Äôs collaborative innovation hub dedicated to expanding the technological and societal impact of the University‚Äôs innovations. We do this by nurturing and facilitating the movement of the best ideas of faculty, staff, and students from discovery to commercial application.
Mount Sinai Innovation Partners
Mount Sinai Innovation Partners (MSIP) facilitates the real-world application and commercialization of Mount Sinai Health System Discoveries and the development of research partnerships.
Skysong Innovations (formerly AzTE) is the exclusive intellectual property management and technology transfer organization for Arizona State University. We work with faculty, investors and our industry partners to translate ASU innovation into broad societal impact.
Chinese University of Hong Kong Office of Research and Knowledge Transfer Services
Around the clock, CUHK generates excellent research outputs. By taking steps further in Knowledge Transfer, our research creates impactful societal changes that benefit mankind.
University of Vienna Technology Transfer Office
The Technology Transfer Office at the Office for Research Services and Career Development promotes the transfer of University technologies to industry.
University of Adelaide Research and Innovation
With more than 4000 research staff and students working together, supported by modern infrastructure and an innovative culture, the University of Adelaide has all the ingredients to tackle global research challenges and deliver positive impacts.
University of Texas Health Science Center Houston Office of Technology
The Office of Technology Management (OTM) provides a resource for faculty, staff, and student inventors at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston to explore opportunities for their inventions, to coordinate appropriate legal protection for the intellectual property, and to undertake technology transfer activities, while ensuring that new products and methods are made available to the citizens of Texas and while generating a royalty income for The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.
University of Reading Knowledge Transfer Centre
As a team, University of Reading Knowledge Transfer Centre's aim is to provide an easy route into the University for anyone interested in working with us and accessing our research. We provide high-levels of service and support to enable partners to develop collaborations via a range of mechanisms and funding opportunities, and focus on helping companies grow and increase their competitiveness.
University of Tennessee Research Foundation
The University of Tennessee Research Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that promotes the commercialization of UT intellectual property, encourages an entrepreneurial culture, contributes to state and regional economic development, and promotes research and education to benefit the people of Tennessee and beyond. While UTRF is a separate entity from UT, it provides assistance and resources to the research activities of faculty, staff and students of the UT system (including campuses in Knoxville, Chattanooga, and Martin, the Health Science Center in Memphis, the state-wide Institute of Agriculture, the UT Space Institute in Tullahoma, and the UT Institute of Public Service). UTRF works to help move ideas to the marketplace.
Colorado State University (CSU) Ventures is dedicated to the business of technology transfer and commercialization for the Colorado State University System. With expertise in intellectual property, licensing, partnership building and entrepreneurship, we specialize in protecting and managing CSU innovations.
City University of Hong Kong Knowledge Transfer Office
Reporting to the Office of the Vice-President (Research and Technology), the City University of Hong Kong Knowledge Transfer Office (KTO) is the vital link between the University and the community in terms of the exchange of knowledge, which includes technology, know-how, skills and expertise, for both commercial and non-commercial applications. Through knowledge transfer, the Office aims to forge close ties with industry, business and the wider public for the betterment of Hong Kong and beyond.
Oregon Health and Science University Technology Transfer and Business Development
Oregon Health & Science University Technology Transfer and Business Development's mission is to support the advancement of OHSU research, innovation, commercialization, and entrepreneurship for the benefit of society.
Oregon State University Advantage Intellectual Property and Licensing
Patenting an invention derived from OSU research is generally the first step in commercializing a technology and maximizing its value to the inventor, OSU, and society. Patenting intellectual property incentivizes the investment necessary for commercial development and protects the interests of its creators and investors.
Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties
Formed in 1985 as an affiliated corporation of Virginia Tech, Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties is passionate in its pursuit of excellence in technology commercialization, creating market opportunities from scientific innovation. We strive to make a positive contribution to society through our expertise in protecting, marketing and commercializing technology and innovation. Our goal is to pursue innovative strategies to help translate scientific progress into tangible products, while returning income to the inventor and Virginia Tech to support further research and education. VTIP facilitates the licensing of technology to companies, encourages new faculty startup ventures, works with publishers and distributors of software, and supports the transfer of research and knowledge to other universities, research institutes and companies.
University at Buffalo Technology Transfer
At the University at Buffalo, innovative technology is developed through the creative pursuits of our faculty, staff and students and through targeted research in collaboration with industry partners.Technology Transfer facilitates new technology commercialization and industry sponsored research projects that help companies solve problems and grow.
University of South Florida Research and Innovation
Over the past 10 years, USF has transitioned into a major research institution. Today, USF is one of only 40 public research universities nationwide with very high research activity that is designated as community engaged by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Wayne State University - Technology Commercialization
Wayne State Technology Commercialization (TC) is responsible for the identification, protection, marketing and licensing of intellectual property (e.g.., patents, unique biological or other materials, and certain copyrights) developed by WSU faculty, staff and students. The TC Office promotes an entrepreneurial culture and supports start-up ventures and regional economic development. TC also negotiates Material Transfer Agreements and Confidentiality Agreements and reviews the Intellectual Property terms of Sponsored Research Agreements.
Washington State University Office of Commercialization
The Washington State University Office of Commercialization is responsible for the evaluation, protection, and commercialization of innovations and discoveries and for the expansion of WSU‚Äôs public impact. We help to further enhance these research innovations and discoveries by bridging the gap between WSU researchers and industry.
George Washington University Technology Commercialization Office
The George Washington University's (GW) Technology Commercialization Office (TCO) works proactively with university faculty, staff, and students and is responsible for managing the university technologies through patent protection and licensing to companies. The mission of the office is to promote the technologies developed at GW through establishing partnerships with companies of all sizes so that the fruits of the university research create directly new economic activity while solving human and societal problems.
Founded in 1987, PARTEQ Innovations is a not-for-profit corporation formed to help Queen's researchers market their new inventions and act as the technology transfer agent for Queen's University. It identifies university research with market potential and works with researchers in pursuing patents and arranging for commercial development, either through the establishment of spin-off companies or through licensing arrangements with outside corporations. PARTEQ is controlled by a board of directors comprising of representatives from industry and the University.
Northeastern University Center for Research and Innovation
The mission of the Center for Research Innovation is to pair solution-oriented research with real-world needs for the enrichment of society through the protection, acceleration, and licensing of Northeastern innovation.
University of South Carolina Technology Commercialization Office
The Technology Commercialization Office connects business interests, sponsors, and partners to innovative solutions by capitalizing on the university's world-renowned faculty and state-of-the-art research facilities, centers, and institutes.
Queen‚Äôs University Belfast Commercialisation
Queen‚Äôs University of Belfast is renowned for its innovation strengths and has been ranked as the UK's #1 university for commercialising research for two consecutive years (2019 & 2020). Innovation programmes play an increasingly important role in accelerating the translation of research into commercial and societal impact.
Drexel University Office of Technology Commercialization
Founded on the premise that it is the role of the University to innovate to address the needs of society, Drexel University conducts use-inspired research that has led to an array of innovations, including bar codes and the use of ultrasound in biomedical imaging.
University of Oregon Innovation Partnership Services
Innovation Partnership Services manages licensing of UO innovation, which ranges from monoclonal antibodies to smart phone software.
MUSC Foundation for Research Development
We are FRD, MUSC Foundation for Research Development (FRD): responsible for evaluating all intellectual assets the enterprise owns and generates, extracting value, and forging industry and other relationships resulting in products and services that provide real life solutions to the world‚Äôs medical needs. Whether translation means a technology license, research collaboration, new startup venture, or any combination, FRD serves as a dedicated one-stop shop for advancing innovation at MUSC. The organization also is dedicated to building an ecosystem of innovation whose activities contributes to MUSC‚Äôs overall economic impact on our state and country.
University of Texas, Dallas Office of Technology Commercialization
The Office of Technology Commercialization (OTC) works with UT Dallas researchers and external partners to bring the fruits of UT Dallas innovation to the public through commercialization.
Research Foundation of SUNY Technology Transfer Office
The Research Foundation of State University of New York's Technology Transfer Office offers a portfolio of technology transfer support services for both researchers and businesses. Its mission is to identify and protect University-developed intellectual property and serve as a catalyst for economic development by creating partnerships with business and industry to further research and license inventions for public use.
University of Saskatchewan Innovation Enterprise
University of Saskatchewan Research Excellence and Innovation (REI), part of the Office of the VP Research. Research is how we channel our creativity to advance knowledge and understanding, challenge common assumptions, deliver benefits to our local and global communities, and shape and transform our world. To accomplish that, research activities must be done well, engage the right partners, and involve dreaming big about the kinds of solutions we can deliver.
Thomas Jefferson University Innovators and Innovation
Our vision for innovation hinges on strategic relationships with industries, foundations, nonprofits, investors and entrepreneurs, among many others. While you're working to discover new treatment options, medical devices, better processes and technology, our partners will help bring those innovations to patients and communities.
Saint Louis University Research Innovation Group
RIG‚Äôs mission is to increase the adoption and dissemination of SLU research discoveries and intellectual properties and to leverage SLU research and innovation assets to benefit the community. Our goal is to become exceptional at technology transfer and industry engagement as well as a partner of choice for research and intellectual property commercialization.
UT Health San Antonio Office of Technology Commercialization
OTC‚Äôs mission is to accelerate innovative and impactful life science solutions for the patient.
University of Strathclyde IP and Commercialization
Developing new innovations is in Strathclyde‚Äôs DNA. From medical diagnostics to life-saving drugs and alternative proteins to quantum computers, the breadth and range of innovation at Strathclyde is delivering meaningful impact for society globally.
Lehigh University Office of Technology Transfer
The Office of Technology Transfer (OTT) at Lehigh University (LU) manages, protects and licenses to industry, the intellectual property developed and created at Lehigh, while serving faculty, staff and students in all aspects of intellectual property.
University of Hawaii Office of Innovation and Commercialization
The University of Hawai‚Äòi (UH) Office of Innovation and Commercialization (OIC) bridges UH and the community by building partnerships and opportunities around transformative innovation and entrepreneurship. The Office of Technology Transfer and the Office of Indigenous Innovation is housed under OIC.
University of Surrey Technology Transfer Office
Our external partners are the route to real-world impact for our staff and students. We partner with all sizes of business, from the entrepreneur to the multinational corporate, charities and government organisations.
Clemson University Research Foundation
In our role as the Clemson University Research Foundation (CURF), we manage the process of moving Clemson‚Äôs hundreds of innovative technologies from the laboratory into commercial markets ‚Äì otherwise known as technology transfer. Established in 1981, CURF is a 501(c)(3) corporation founded exclusively for charitable, educational and scientific purposes. We operate for the benefit of, to perform the functions of, and to carry out the purposes of Clemson University.
Utah State University Office of Technology Transfer
Technology Transfer Services at Utah State University protects faculty, staff and students‚Äô intellectual property and works with industry leaders to implement USU-generated technologies. The Technology Transfer team leverages USU intellectual, financial and creative assets while ensuring all legal obligations and sponsorship requirements are met. The office supports the advancement of innovation, entrepreneurship and economic development programs and initiatives on campus.
SUNY Binghamton University Technology Transfer
The SUNY Binghamton University Technology Transfer team actively promotes and licenses the intellectual property it protects by utilizing a cutting-edge portfolio by the startup Resolute Innovation. The team promotes its vast array of technologies with help from Resolute's Artificial Intelligence integration, using machine learning to commercialize its portfolio.
Loughborough University Research and Enterprise Support
The Loughborough University Research and Enterprise Support can help you to license your IP to an existing company, and negotiate the best terms.We share the financial returns with you, and always retain the rights for you to continue non-commercial research and teaching based on the IP. Licensees often require on-going support which can lead to long-term research partnerships.
University of Nevada, Reno Office of Enterprise and Innovation
University of Nevada, Reno Office of Enterprise and Innovation was formed from restructuring the Technology Transfer Office in order to facilitate creation of an entrepreneurial ecosystem at the University.
Mississippi State University Technology Licensing
Mississippi State University ranks among the top 100 public universities in total research and development expenditures, 8th in agricultural expenditures, and 62nd among non-medical schools based on National Science Foundation 2014 data. Research expenditures in FY14 were over $209.7 million.
Augusta University Office of Innovation Commercialization
Whether with startup, small, medium or large companies ‚Äì around the world as well as in our own community ‚Äì Augusta University is actively marketing and commercializing exciting and promising new technologies, which can change the future for the better.
University of Toledo Technology Transfer Office
In support of The University of Toledo‚Äôs mission, the Technology Transfer team is committed to helping your ideas and inventions conceived and developed on one of UT‚Äôs campuses to become innovations that improve the human condition within the local community and around the world. To assist faculty, staff and students, we have prepared these basic guidelines to protect your intellectual property interests in any new or existing technologies.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas Office of Economic Development
The Mission of the Office of Economic Development is to change lives throughtechnology development, collaboration, and economic development and diversification.
New Jersey Institute of Technology Intellectual Property and Technology Licensing Office
The IPTLO manages the intellectual property assets developed at NJIT. We foster and promote the transfer of knowledge and discoveries by evaluating, protecting, and licensing NJIT technology.
Royal College of Surgeons Ireland Office of Research and Innovation
The Royal College of Surgeons Ireland Office of Research and Innovation aims to improve human health through innovative translational medical research.To help achieve this we develop meaningful engagement and collaboration with industry.
South Dakota State University Office of Technology Transfer and Commercialization
The South Dakota State University Office of Technology Transfer and Commercialization is responsible for technology transfer at South Dakota State University.
Stevens Institute of Technology Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
The Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (OIE) facilitates entrepreneurship and technology commercialization programs and activities. The OIE also manages intellectual property and solutions commercialization at Stevens. It is a one-stop shop for faculty, researchers, students and alumni who want to start a company or need help with identifying market opportunities. The OIE assists with business strategies; tailoring and fielding test solutions, source management teams, and capital; and bringing real-world corporate and entrepreneurial experiences back into the graduate curriculum. The OIE is dedicated to realizing and supporting research outcomes in the marketplace. It provides extensive guidance, sponsors incentives and offers assistance to students and faculty alike in the development, protection and deployment of ideas and inventions. The OIE encourages ingenuity in research and promotes initiatives for change in education, infrastructure and administration.
Cal Poly University Technology Transfer
Research, Economic Development and Graduate Education provides leadership and support to Cal Poly faculty and students in their pursuit of excellence in their research and creative efforts. Cal Poly's hands-on approach to learning and research translates into need-based, practical innovations for business.
University of South Alabama Office of Commercialization and Industry Collaboration
The OCIC is responsible for managing the intellectual property assets of the University of South Alabama, while also serving as the point of contact for industry collaboration partners. We orchestrate the cooperation between university, industry and government stakeholders to develop faculty inventions into products on the market. Although patentable inventions constitute the majority of OCIC‚Äôs licensing activities, we also handle copyright, Tangible Research Property, Material Transfer Agreements, and Confidential Disclosure Agreements.
University of South Dakota Technology Transfer Office
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs has overall responsibility for the University's research function, assisting faculty and researchers, establishing and administering policies governing the conduct of research and overseeing the management of research programs. We assist investigators seeking external funding, partner with government and commercial partners to grow USD's research enterprise and assist in bringing the benefits of research discoveries to the public and private sectors.
Rowan University Office of Technology Commercialization
Innovation is at the heart of Rowan Research, and every day Rowan faculty and students are developing new technologies in cutting-edge disciplines such as medicine, pharmaceutical, computing and engineering. The Office of Technology Commercialization works closely with faculty and industry to bridge the gap between the lab and the market place.
Dublin Institute of Technology Innovation and Technology Transfer Centre
TU Dublin Hothouse is the award-winning Knowledge Transfer and Incubation Centre at Technological University Dublin; responsible for the commercialisation of intellectual property arising from TU Dublin research.
Translational Genomics Research Institute Technology Transfer Office
Gen‚Äôs Technology Transfer Office (TTO) plays a strategic role in the commercialization of TGen's scientific discoveries for the benefit of human health.
Centre for Genomic Regulation Technology and Business Development Office
If you are exploring licensing opportunities at the CRG, the TBDO can guide you to a wide range of suitable researchers and their technologies.
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility Technology Transfer Office
While Jefferson Lab‚Äôs primary mission is to conduct basic science research in the field of Nuclear Physics, the lab also looks for innovative ways to transfer technologies, leveraging investments in federally-funded research working with industry partners to transfer those technologies to market. Our technology transfer activities must ensure fairness of opportunity, protect national security, promote national economic interests, and without competing with the private sector.
Houston Methodist Research Institute
At Houston Methodist, fostering innovations with the potential for clinical application is at the very heart of what we do. Our interdisciplinary teams of clinicians and researchers are committed to streamlining the process of translating discoveries into treatments and cures for our patients.
Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Technology Licensing
CZ Biohub has an IP portfolio of diverse technologies that are available for licensing.
UKRI Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC)
Although 80% of what UKRI Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) does involves carrying out scientific research, 20% involves collaborating with businesses. STFC aims to bridge the gap between STFC‚Äôs pioneering science and business, and we do this by enabling access to our big science facilities. We also support start-up companies through our business incubation programmes, offering them the right access to facilities, expertise and networks to grow.Our site locations in the Liverpool City Region, Oxfordshire and Edinburgh offer businesses a unique environment to collaborate and grow. Home to start-ups, SMEs, corporates, scientists, engineers, universities and organisations the sites are a hotbed of exciting and inspirational activity.