Technology transfer, in the context of government labs such as Rome Labs, involves two parts: creating novel technology and licensing of that technology. You can be involved in either part of this process. Both parts of this process are important to the development and growth of our nation’s economy.
You can help create new technology through research & development efforts and partnerships with industry and academic partners.
Conduct research through Research & Development (R&D) partnerships with Rome Labs
Submit a novel idea for patenting
Protect novel idea
After patenting, build a network to get the word out on new technology
You can license specific technologies from Rome Labs. Licensed technology can be commercialized out to the public, contributing to our nation’s economic growth.
Transferring technology outward to businesses for their use in the private sector
Businesses can use licensed technology to develop products or services for use in the commercial world
Generate Revenue & GrowthBusinesses can gain revenue and grow, contributing to our nation’s economic health
Learn how the Griffiss Institute’s Innovare Center explains Technology Transfer.