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What Disruption Actually Is (and What it’s Not)

Technology licensing is an activity where the owner of a patent (the licensor) allows another party (the licensee) the rights to use, adapt and commercialize that patent in exchange for compensation.

 

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Understanding why some patents get licensed…while others do not

Technology licensing is an activity where the owner of a patent (the licensor) allows another party (the licensee) the rights to use, adapt and commercialize that patent in exchange for compensation.

 

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The Value of Open Innovation

Open innovation asserts that a company or organization should make greater use of external ideas in its business and allow its own ideas to go out beyond its own boundaries to others to use in their businesses

 

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The MAGIC for Successful Technology Transfer

In a perfect world of licensing, TTOs may dream of a discovery licensed to a medical company, which continues developing it until it has established proof-of-concept in humans.

 

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The Keys to Successful Technology In-Licensing

In designing new products and services, companies consider licensing technology as a means of getting to market quickly while reducing risk as well as the expenditure associated with the development stage.

 

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Staying afloat - how micro TTOs can best use their resources

Technology transfer is an exciting and growing field, but there is naturally a great variety in maturity of operations, both between countries and individual institutions.

 

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Shut up and calculate: the divide between academia and industry

Technology transfer is a bridge that connects academic research and industrial use. Still, the connection is a relatively new and tenuous one.

 

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License Negotiation Forget-Me-Nots for Technology Transfer Offices

So here is a list we’ve put together to ensure that the most important aspects of license negotiations stay front and center.