Technology Commercialization Forum
The Technology Commercialization Forum is an opportunity for IHIF members with an interest in the topic to connect with one another and drive a conversation around de-risking life sciences technologies. This Forum’s objective is to examine and assess Indiana’s innovation landscape to better understand the sources, drivers, threats, and trends in innovation, commercialization, and intellectual property protection.
Your company or organization must be an IHIF member to participate in Forum discussions. If you are already a member, please sign-up here to join the Technology Commercialization Forum.
- USPTO – https://www.uspto.gov/
- University Tech Transfer Offices
- Indiana University – Office of Innovation and Commercialization
- Purdue University – Office of Technology Commercialization
- Available Technologies
- Available Technologies by industry
- University of Notre Dame – IDEA Center
- BIO – Intellectual Property Policy
- COVID IP Waivers
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Indiana University Medical Technology Showcase
March 3, 2022 10 – 11:30 am
Please join us on March 3 at 16 Tech for an in-person program to explore the IU Innovation and Commercialization Office (ICO) and learn more about recent medical innovations now available for license through IU. This discussion session is seeking feedback on development opportunities for new technologies from industry and investors.
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About: ICO can help you find the right university resources for your company needs, collaborate with our world-class researchers, and explore technology licensing opportunities.
- Simran Trana, Assoc VP Innovation and Commercialization, Indiana University
Where: IU Innovation and Commercialization Office (ICO)
1220 Waterway Blvd.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Visitor parking is available in the lot in front of Innovation Building 1 (1210 Waterway Blvd.), accessible from Gent Avenue. Enter HqO through the doors under the large HqO sign.
“De-risking Medical Devices and Ensuring Patient Safety With Appropriate Controls“
by: Justin Renfrow, Contracts Director and Justin Metcalf, Engineering Director
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