Thursday, January 20, 2005

Explore Sandia's IP mountain

Online Database (CCNews)

    A new online database created to highlight opportunities to license Sandia National Laboratories' intellectual property is now available to the general public.

    The purpose of Sandia's Intellectual Property Available for Licensing (iPAL) database is to show Sandia technologies that may not be fully utilized in the commercial marketplace and to help companies move promising technologies toward commercialization.

    The web-based system allows customers to search through Sandia intellectual property that is available for licensing and get in touch with the appropriate people at Sandia to negotiate a license. Sandia works with interested companies to execute a mutually beneficial commercial licensing agreement. More here

Related News
UNM, Los Alamos lab working on technology transfer

NanoBot Backgrounder
See Spot's IP

No comments: