Technology transfer is a tough business, and it is challenging to consistently satisfy all expectations. If you doubt that reality, just look at the recent news coming out of the University of Washington (UW). On the positive side, the institution reported 18 new start-ups for the year, eclipsing the previous year’s total of 17. The latter reportedly ranked UW in the nation’s elite, so you would assume that the latest total would keep the university in the top echelon. Yet, a Presidential advisory group says changes are still needed to achieve the “entrepreneurial ecosystem” that university and technology business leaders want. So, the top commercialization administrator is stepping down.
"China Town Hall"
- Room 377A, Student Union, UT, Knoxville
- Nov 18 2019
ETEC "After Hours"
- Ts117, 701 Scarboro Road, Oak Ridge
- Nov 19 2019
KTech "Cybersecurity in the Cloud Lunch & Learn"
- JIAMS, UT Research Park @ Cherokee Farm
- Nov 20 2019
"Bunker Brews Knoxville" Meet-up
- Blackhorse Brew & Pub, 430 South Gay Street, Knoxville
- Nov 21 2019
TAEBC "Opportunities in Energy" Forum
- The Square Room, 4 Market Square, Knoxville
- Dec 05 2019