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Survey of Technology Transfer Office Experience During the Pandemic

Published by Primary Research Group
By James Moses
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Survey of Technology Transfer Office Experience During the PandemicGet this newly published report filled with critical data on how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted technology transfer offices.

Plus see how TTOs are pursuing research and technology licensing opportunities related to COVID-19.

The Survey of Technology Transfer Office Experience During the Pandemic includes data compiled from 37 colleges and universities. You’ll discover TTO trends on invention disclosure reports filed, staff working from home, start-ups launched, licensing and patent revenues, departmental budgets, salaries and hiring plans, and much more – with data comparisons examining January-June, 2019 versus January-June, 2020.

Compare the impact of the pandemic on your TTO to the world’s top research universities

The all-new report Survey of Technology Transfer Office Experience During the Pandemic is a one-of-a-kind resource providing an in-depth set of data comparing university TTOs’ responses to the adversity and unprecedented challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. This study is jam-packed with hundreds of easy to scan charts and figures displaying critical data you can’t find in any other publication.

A one-of-a-kind source of specialized survey data on TTO operations and strategies throughout the pandemic

The Survey of Technology Transfer Office Experience During the Pandemic includes 100+ pages of in-depth analysis and over 150 easy-to-scan data tables based on extensive surveying of 37 TTOs. Discover detailed survey data on:

  • TTOs research and technology licensing opportunities related to COVID-19
  • Trends in invention disclosure reports filed, start-ups launched, and licensing and patent revenues
  • The use of central government funding and percentage of survey participants receiving COVID-related project financing
  • Levels of federal research grant funding for coronavirus-related technologies
  • TTOs’ use of relaxed patent protection or reduced cost for access to existing patented technologies
  • TTO departmental budgets, salaries, and hiring plans
  • Percentages of employees working from home in June 2020 and plans for September 2020-February 2021
  • Use of royalty-free or other forms of enhanced access to university technologies contributing to the fight against COVID-19

Participants also give their advice in open ended questions about how the pandemic has impacted their current operations and future plans.

Take a look at just a few of the findings you’ll see in the Survey of Technology Transfer Office Experience During the Pandemic:

  • 67% of technology transfer department personnel from colleges and universities outside of the USA in the sample were working from home in June 2020. This is expected to drop to 46.5% by September 2020.
  • 11% of the colleges and universities sampled had received funding from the U.S. Department of Defense for coronavirus-related research.
  • For the January-June 2020 period the number of startups launched with university equity participation by survey participants dropped by 16.23% compared to the same period in 2019.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see how your TTO’s operations and plans for the future compare to other research universities

Unlike any other available resource, Survey of Technology Transfer Office Experience During the Pandemic provides you with an in-depth look into key data so you can compare your practices and see how you stack up against other universities – and use the data to point you to areas for improvement. The data in the report is broken out by size and type of institution, public and private institutions, and field of research concentration.  

Data you can trust

You can rely on the accuracy of the detailed data, commentary, and analysis provided in this informative report. It was compiled and written by James Moses, President of Primary Research Group. Mr. Moses is the author of hundreds of industry studies and benchmarking reports and is a former economist for the U.S. International Trade Commission.

Survey of Technology Transfer Office Experience During the Pandemic is available to purchase for the low price of just $265 and is available in print or PDF. You can also make this invaluable resource available to your entire staff with an economically priced site-license purchase – just $410!

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