Professor Kate Rittenhouse-Olson brings an entrepreneurial attitude to her lab. In memory of her sister, she founded For-Robin, seeking an innovative treatment for breast cancer.
As a researcher, consider what you need to do in protecting new
discoveries, novel approaches or unique ideas. Or perhaps you see
potential for commercial applications. Tech Transfer helps with
those tasks as well as facilitating university/industry
opportunities ranging from materials transfer and confidentiality
agreements to research collaborations and licensing agreements.
Tech Transfer also handle reports to funding agencies as
required by the Bayh-Dole Act (37 CFR 401), to preserve the
potential for commercialization, and reports in accordance with the
SUNY Patents and Inventions Policy.
Technology Transfer can facilitate your interactions with industry and other institutions. Experts handle material transfer agreements, non-disclosure agreements and launching of novel products and services.