Using The Internet For Technology Transfer

The Scientist 9[12]:, Jun. 12, 1995 News Using The Internet For Technology Transfer By Lee Katterman Several universities have turned to the Internet to help promote the inventions of their faculty. In some cases, universities have provided searching capability, permitting the Internet browser to display nonproprietary descriptions of inventions available for licensing. Here are the URLs (Universal Resource Locators, also known as "addresses") that turned up during some

Lee Katterman
Jun 11, 1995

The Scientist 9[12]:, Jun. 12, 1995


News

Using The Internet For Technology Transfer

By Lee Katterman

Several universities have turned to the Internet to help promote the inventions of their faculty. In some cases, universities have provided searching capability, permitting the Internet browser to display nonproprietary descriptions of inventions available for licensing. Here are the URLs (Universal Resource Locators, also known as "addresses") that turned up during some recent "Net-surfing."

  1. Indiana University Technology Transfer Office at http://www.indiana.edu/~techtran/index.html
  2. University of Michigan Technology Management Office at http://www.tmo.umich.edu/
  3. Michigan State University Division of Engineering Research at http://web.egr.msu.edu/~gleasonb/index.htm
  4. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Technology Licensing Office at http://web.mit.edu:1962/tiserve.mit.edu/9000/24442.html
  5. Ohio University Virtual Technology Transfer Office at http://ra.cs.ohiou.edu/gopher/non-academic/tto/vlohome.html
  6. Penn State Research and Technology Transfer Organization at http://infoserv.rttonet.psu.edu/rtto.html
  7. Rutgers University Office of Corporate Liaison and Technology Transferat http://info.rutgers.edu/Services/Corporate/corporate/
  8. Stanford University Office of Technology Licensing at http://www-leland.stanford.edu/group/OTL/ aboutotl.html
  9. State University of New York, Stony Brook,Office of Technology Transfer...

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