During the past fiscal year, the Washington University in St. Louis Office of Technology Management (OTM) reported a number of record figures as a result of the innovative technologies developed by university faculty. In fiscal year 2017, which concluded June 30, OTM…
Washington University-developed technology earned $16 million over 2016 – indicating a devotion to bringing research to real world problems.
WashU’s OTM is changing its mission, work and customer base.
Current and former faculty, staff, and students speak about how WashU helped them bring their innovations and ideas to the marketplace.
Dr. Nancy Tye-Murray, WashU otolaryngology professor, strives to help the 35 million Americans suffering from hearing loss communicate more effectively with those who are close to them.
The OTM assists the WashU community with patents, copyrights, and consulting agreements.
The challenge supports faculty, post-docs and graduate students interested in bringing knowledge to market. Project descriptions are due Feb. 28.
EQ’s Mary Mack interviews Washington University entrepreneurship chief Dedric Carter on St. Louis’ challenges and opportunities and the value in failure.
The Tech Transfer blog discussed how the Quick Start licensing program can streamline faculty startups to promote opportunities for innovation and entrepreneurship at Washington University.