CTTC staff members work diligently to manage all disclosures and requests in a timely manner. Below is a sampling of the activity that has taken place in our office over the past few weeks:
Demonstrated MTAShare to nearly a dozen outside institutions interested in learning more about the system and possibly adopting it for their own use.
to participate in the NSF Innovation Corps, a six-month business accelerator led by the National Science Foundation, with Keivan Stassun and Dan Burger, inventors of Filtergraph
Hosted a team from Parker Hannifin, a global leader in motion control technology and discussed a number of technologies built in the labs of Bob Webster, Nabil Simaan, Pietro Valdastri, and Eric Barth from the School of Engineering
Held a conference call and hosted a group from a large life sciences company to explore areas for potential partnerships around various technologies developed by Vanderbilt inventors in the Healthcare IT space.
Participated in the webinar, Dispelling SBIR/STTR Funding Myths and Misconceptions for University-Based Innovations.
Held conference call with a small venture group to discuss various technologies developed by Vanderbilt inventors in the Healthcare IT space.
the second education talk for students participating in the 2014 Tech Ventures Challenge
. Topics included potential product development, intellectual property issues related to startups, and regulatory issues.
Participated in a webinar on effective contract drafting.