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Technology Transfer: Several Factors Have Led to a Decline in Partnership at DoE’s Laboratories
Technology Transfer: Several Factors Have Led to a Decline in Partnership at DoE’s Laboratories
 
Our Price: $15.00
Year: 2002
Pages: 39
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756737958

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John B. Stephenson. Congress has enacted several laws designed to make federally funded technology avail. to the public by facilitating the transfer of tech. (TT) from Fed. labs. to U.S. bus. The Dept. of Energy’s (DoE) nat. labs. are among the leading fed. labs. participating in cooperative R&D research agreements with bus., univ., & other partners. DoE’s labs. have also participated in tech. partnerships by providing tech. assist. to small bus. & other nonfed. entities. Twelve DoE labs. have been most active in TT to U.S. bus. This report: (1) examines these labs.’ participation in & funding for TT activities with nonfed. entities during the past 10 years, & (2) obtains lab. managers’ views on any barriers that may limit TT activities between DoE’s labs. & potential nonfed. partners.

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