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CATI takes tech transfer model national

Sturtevant, Wis. - The Center for Advanced Technology and Innovation, a non-profit intellectual property management group that attempts to breath commercial life into unused and underused technologies, is taking its technology transfer model to national public markets.

If successful at facilitating the launch of new products and companies in Del......

Full article >>> lio contains a spectrum of biological and mechanical technologies. It includes methods for plant and seed modification, gene-based technology, analytical methods, and instrument technology, among others.

Wagner said having a good understanding of the field in which the technology will operate is crucial to assessing a patent. The CATI staff - composed of experts from academic, workfo......

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They have assembled a group of experts with years of experience and an excellent eye for the commercial potential in creating business around a technology, he said.

They were the only group that could not only partner with us to assess the merits of the technologies, but also establish a proactive program for marketing and licen......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Fleissner 11/03/06


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