Office of Partnerships and Technology Transfer

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  • Technology Transfer

    Tech Transfer at Fermilab

    In an effort to fuel the economy and foster innovation, the national laboratories will establish a five-year plan with performance goals to increase the number of technology transfer and commercialization activities with non-federal entities.

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    IARC

    As envisioned, the Illinois Accelerator Research Center will provide approximately 83,000 square feet of technical, office and classroom space for scientists and industrial partners.

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  • Patents 101

    Have an idea for an invention but donít know what to do next? Review this presentation about intellectual property, how to get an invention recorded and the possibility of getting a patent at Fermilab.

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  • Tech Transfer at DOE

    Meet Karina Edmonds, the new DOE Technology Transfer Coordinator. Edmonds will be responsible for working with the departmentís national laboratories to accelerate the process of moving discoveries from the laboratory to the private sector.

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    Read about Karina Edmonds in Innovation Magazine

The Technology Transfer Program is coordinated by the Office of Partnerships and Technology Transfer at Fermilab.

Fermilab is a fundamental research laboratory with a well-defined mission in particle physics. Fermilab research does not actively pursue practical applications. Yet the technology developed for the scientific program can lead to important spin-offs. Fermilab has a broad-spectrum program in place to stimulate technology transfer of technologies developed for scientific research. This program includes the Partnerships and Technology Transfer office within the Directorate and a licensing program. Fermilab is also actively involved with state and local activities to foster technology transfer and economic development.

Accelerators for America's Future

Accelerators for America's Future
More than 30,000 particle accelerators are in operation around the world. They get used by hospitals to treat cancer, industry to manufacture such items as radial tires and national laboratories to conduct fundamental research.
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