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Understanding University Tech Transfer Programs

Learn how your small business can benefit from technology developed in universities

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PART 1 | Exploring Tech Transfer & Commercialization Webinar Series

Understanding University Tech Transfer Programs

The Center for Technology Transfer and Enterprise Creation (CTTEC) at Carnegie Mellon University is one of the top leaders in helping small businesses reach a new level of opportunities with Technology Transfer. Join the Ohio SBDC at YSU on February 24th to hear from CTTEC’s Associate Director, Meghan Hayes, as she discusses how businesses can get involved with university technology transfer programs.

Session Agenda

  • Introduction to University Technology Transfer
  • How to license a Technology from a University
  • Working with a Technology Transfer Office (TTO)
  • Intellectual Property & Licensing Agreements
  • Bringing It All Together

 

Our Speaker:

Megan Hayes | Associate Director for Center for Technology Transfer and Enterprise Creation at Carngie Mellon University

  • Meghan Hayes is an Associate Director at Carnegie Mellon University’s Center for Technology Transfer and Enterprise Creation (CTTEC). Her role includes full-cycle, comprehensive management of technology transfer activities – ownership of IP discovery, diligence, patenting, and budgeting; license strategy, valuations, negotiations, and compliance, and mentoring to junior licensing staff – arising from CMU research programs, principally from the National Robotics and Engineering Center and the College of Fine Arts.

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Feb 24 2021
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