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Fellows will participate in commercialization and entrepreneurship
Funding will help advance cleaner, more efficient batteries.
Seminar gave important legal advice on licensing university technology
Watch the second INVO video covering the basics of patenting
New partnership seeks to increase commercialization of inventions that improve pediatric health
The CD2 team has decided to tackle solving an unmet need in ostomy care for their project this year.
Watch our new video to learn more about disclosing your invention.
Video and Story of Professors Peshkin and Colgate’s Surface Haptics Technology (Courtesy of WTTW)
A new cross-campus initiative to identify, develop and commercialize products
A non-profit commericialization initiative
Eight Northwestern students presented their recommendations for commercializing technologies
An interview with co-founder and CEO Stuart Frankel
One year of matching research to the marketplace
Naurex, Inc.: Your basic 26-years-in-the-making overnight success story
A tremendous success from a nearly 15 year process from invention to market
Scientists, inventors and tech transfer staff make fast pitches to potential investors
About taking technology from a university and turning it into a viable company
Kristian Hammond and Larry Birnbaum, on the process and problems of technology into the marketplace
An interview with Alicia Loeffler, executive director INVO
C. Shad Thaxton describes how his company, Aurasense, has made the leap
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