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 technology transfer.
University-base research and technology transfer, don’t overlook the intangible assets.
University research and inventions produce valuable intangible assets that compliment an invention’s intellectual property.
University research, whether basic or applied, produces strategically valuable intangible assets that are equal to the intellectual property that the scientists, administrators, and technology transfer teams are quick to focus. In far too many instances, intangible assets are overlooked, dismissed, or overshadowed by the time honored practice, within higher ed technology transfer, of pursuing conventional, intellectual property focused paths/strategies.