Transferring federal government-developed technology to the private sector for further development and commercialization can be rewarding.
Technology developed for the nation's defense can benefit the general public in non-defense-related ways.
- What can this mean for businesses like yours?
- Reaching the contractor's/partner's commercial goals can make a bigger bang in taxpayers' dollars for dual-use technologies.
Hosted by APEX Accelerators, (formerly Colorado PTAC), subject matter and data rights experts from Whitcomb Selinsky, PC, address questions relating to how contractors/partners and any small business owners can:
- Leverage technologies developed by the federal government.
- Benefit from partnering with a national laboratory.
- Tap into and leverage the federal laboratory's unique and often superior resources.
- Increase their chances of obtaining future government contracts and rendering successful performances.
- Protect intellectual property, patents, and trademarks.
- Expand their technology transfer knowledge.
Viewers will walk away with the following:
- A better understanding of CRADA and other technology transfer processes and mechanisms.
- How the contractor/partner can best utilize the intellectual property developed during collaborative research of the CRADA exclusively for a set period of time.
- How to maintain a competitive advantage as small and medium-sized companies and seek to grow their business.
This webinar is for any start-ups or small business, including veteran-owned, service-disabled veteran-owned, women-owned, and minority-owned. Businesses can be for-profit, a university, other non-profit organizations, or state and local governments.