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Best Practices for Licensing Research Tools and Materials


By Jesse Schwartz
Published: April 14th, 2021

Mouse models, cell lines, data, reagents, software…. Your university has a vast inventory of research materials and tools that represent valuable IP assets with significant licensing potential. The challenge is to find, categorize, and market them to create a new or expanded revenue stream for your TTO.

These tangible research materials, whether biological, chemical, physical, or otherwise represent significant untapped revenue. The key is identifying these materials and making them readily available for licensing via click-thru licenses for immediate revenue, as well as understanding the structure and negotiation strategy required for larger or bundled licenses.

To ensure you get maximum value from your research tool assets, Tech Transfer Central’s Distance Learning Division has partnered with attorney and UNeMed Business Development Manager Joe Runge for this detailed webinar: Best Practices for Licensing Research Tools and Materials, scheduled for April 21st.

For complete program details or to register, click here.

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