Michael D. Moberly University researchers, scientists, and inventors, not infrequently, describe their (working) relationships with university’s Technology Transfer Office’s (TTO’s), or the various campus specific… Read More
University-base research and technology transfer, don’t overlook the intangible assets.
University research communities need to forge relationships with SME’s and SMM’s for exchange of intellectual and structural capital.
University-based research, there’s been a ‘game changer’, its necessary to safeguard the intellectual and structural capital well beyond conventional protections available with patent issuances.
University research and scientific communication have traditionally been a two-sided (for – against) argument about the imposition of ‘controls’ on openness and freedom of dissemination.
This post is not about keeping innovation and science out of the public domain! Rather, it’s about protecting and preserving intellectual property rights and keeping dual-use technologies out of the hands of adversaries.