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Technology Transfer Program - CLEO 2012

May 2, 2012
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ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
This is a free webinar presented by Photonics Media & CLEO


Do you have a technology you want to commercialize? Are you looking for a license-ready technology? Then you should attend this webinar!

Marcos Dantus, president of BioPhotonic Solutions, will present a case study of his experience in receiving a license-ready technology and lessons he learned along the way in building a successful startup.

Also,

Corine Farewell and Patrick Emmerling of the University of Rochester's Office of Technology Transfer will present some of their university's intriguing license-ready technologies.

AND

Mike Torrance, VP Business Development, Electro-Optics Technology, and a member of the CLEO 2012 Technology Transfer Committee, will introduce the Technology Transfer Program being held at CLEO on Thursday, May 10 in San Jose.

Speakers:

Mike Torrance
VP Business Development - Electro-Optics Technology
A member of the CLEO 2012 Technology Transfer Committee

Marcos Dantus
President - BioPhotonic Solutions

Corine Farewell
Director
Office of Technology Transfer
University of Rochester

Patrick Emmerling
Technology Licensing Associate
Office of Technology Transfer
University of Rochester
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