Linking Technology Transfer to End-User Needs (FLC MAR)

Venue: Rocky Gap Resort

Location: Cumberland, Maryland, United States

Event Date/Time: Sep 19, 2006 End Date/Time: Sep 21, 2006
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Don’t miss this opportunity to network and learn about technology transfer, licensing, commercialization and partnering processes. Sessions and events will show how new technologies evolve into useful products and services. Case studies will be taken from the fields of energy, forensics, environment, security, health, assistive technology and more. Hear about the roles of economic development, education and intellectual property. Promote your interests through the “hot technologies” and “hot partnerships” contests. This year, presentations will be made by industry, economic development and Federal government organizations. Some of the organizations represented will include DARPA, NASA, DOE, DOC, USDA, DOEd, Naval Surface Warfare Center, EPA, NIH and DTIC.


6 miles East on I-68
United States

Additional Information

Invited: Subject-interested industry, university, economic development and government experts. Major goals: Advanced learning; networking. Partial topic list: Energy, assistive technologies, forensic medicine, international issues, marketing, impact on economic development, IP valuation & due diligence, best practices, partnership formation/management, knowledge management, efficiency tools, safety & security. Location: Rocky Gap Resort, 6 miles East of Cumberland, MD on I-68. Start Time: Training: 1-5:30pm, Tuesday, September 19, 2006; Registration & Reception, 6- 9 pm. Conference Cost: $175; Training Session Cost: $40 extra. Register at: View Venue: NOTE: Rooms are limited. Follow agenda development at Mid-Atlantic Region site: Read about the FLC: