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Successful Technology Commercialization

Guests:

David Day David Day
Director
University of Florida
Office of Technology Licensing
Gainesville, FL

Tom Parks Kyle Salyers
Executive Director
Advancing Indiana
Indiana University
Indianapolis, IN

Recorded 9-6-05, 61 minutes

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Discussion:

1: Introductions

2: About the University of Florida Office of Technology Licensing

3: About Indiana University

4: Technology commercialization: Indiana University

5: Technology commercialization: University of Florida

6: Technology commercialization vs. technology transfer

7: Building the university research base

8: Defining successful technology commercialization

9: What universities gain

10: Key success strategies

11: Universities and startup companies

12: Startups and technology licensors

13: Angels and VCs: Indiana University

14: Angels and VCs: University of Florida

15: Developing success networks

16: Key stakeholders and their role

17: Effective tools for technology commercialization

18: Strategic marketing

19: Success examples: University of Florida

20: Success examples: Indiana University

21: Other lessons learned

22: Upcoming at Indiana University

23: Upcoming at the University of Florida

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