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Technology Transfer Training

Through the late-20th century, university patents were considered government property, and barely five percent made it into industry applications. The Bayh-Dole Act of 1980 reversed that trend, creating opportunities for science-trained professionals to work in a growing new field that bridges research and business.

The demand continues to grow for well-trained technology transfer professionals with strong scientific backgrounds and those specializing in invention disclosure and assessment, intellectual property management, marketing, licensing, and startup company creation. Read more…

Global Professional Development

A global economy has emerged through advanced communication, shared scientific knowledge and ease of travel. With 650 international members, AUTM is a recognized leader in the field of technology transfer and provides educational resources and training to support practitioners worldwide.

By taking AUTM’s trainings abroad, the AUTM Foundation hopes to support international partners in developing an innovation lifecycle unique to their country’s ecosystem and to empower the individual professionals moving discoveries through the process.  Read more…

FUNDING NEEDS

To further develop and deliver AUTM’s multifaceted training, funding is needed to support the enhancement of current educational courses while developing new training opportunities that reflect the needs of the growing technology transfer profession. Projects include developing cohesive collateral material, infrastructure support and program evaluations.

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FUNDING NEEDS

AUTM training courses are being developed in the U.S., South Africa, Spain and Chile. With resources, AUTM will expand its capacity to offer multi-level training, webinars and fellowships to meet the needs of global economies and translate current educational material in multiple languages.

DONATE

Technology Transfer Training

Through the late-20th century, university patents were considered government property, and barely five percent made it into industry applications. The Bayh-Dole Act of 1980 reversed that trend, creating opportunities for science-trained professionals to work in a growing new field that bridges research and business.

The demand continues to grow for well-trained technology transfer professionals with strong scientific backgrounds and those specializing in invention disclosure and assessment, intellectual property management, marketing, licensing, and startup company creation. Read more…

FUNDING NEEDS

To further develop and deliver AUTM’s multifaceted training, funding is needed to support the enhancement of current educational courses while developing new training opportunities that reflect the needs of the growing technology transfer profession. Projects include developing cohesive collateral material, infrastructure support and program evaluations.

DONATE

Global Professional Development

A global economy has emerged through advanced communication, shared scientific knowledge and ease of travel. With 650 international members, AUTM is a recognized leader in the field of technology transfer and provides educational resources and training to support practitioners worldwide.

By taking AUTM’s trainings abroad, the AUTM Foundation hopes to support international partners in developing an innovation lifecycle unique to their country’s ecosystem and to empower the individual professionals moving discoveries through the process.  Read more…

FUNDING NEEDS

AUTM training courses are being developed in the U.S., South Africa, Spain and Chile. With resources, AUTM will expand its capacity to offer multi-level training, webinars and fellowships to meet the needs of global economies and translate current educational material in multiple languages.

DONATE