The Technology Transfer Society and the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School will host the 2014 Technology Transfer Society Conference on October 23-25, 2014 at the Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards..
The 2014 Technology Transfer Conference will explore scientific research examining all aspects of the translation phenomenon, including theoretical and empirical models to better understand the factors affecting discovery translation, organizational structures and processes, the macro-environmental, and policies and governance arrangements related to technology transfer.
Topics explored will include:
- Technology transfer
- Management of Intellectual Property
- Academic Entrepreneurship
- Corporate entrepreneurship
- Discovery Science
- Technology Driven Economic Development
- Public-private Partnerships
- Entrepreneurial Process
- Spins-offs, Spin-ins, and Spin-outs
- Alliances and networks
- Entrepreneurial and public finance
The conference will result in two publications; a special issue of the Journal of Technology Transfer and a volume entitled, “Translational Science,” to appear in the book series, The Johns Hopkins Series on Entrepreneurship, published by Edward Elgar, UK.
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Technology Transfer Conference
Thursday October 23rd – Saturday October 25th, 2014
Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards
110 South Eutaw Street
Baltimore MD 21201