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Collaboration Between Start-Ups and Federal Agencies: A Surprising Solution for Energy Innovation

Collaborations between climate-tech start-ups and government partners enhance start-up patenting and follow-on financing more than comparable collaborations with private firms or universities. Policies that foster them should be strengthened.

TechLink – Product innovation doesn’t have to stop because of R&D budget cuts

Government-led R&D spending is safe and businesses have ways to leverage it.

TechLink conducting transition analysis of Defense Department’s SBIR program

“With the results tabulated into a final report next year, policymakers will have reliable information for weighing the program’s support of national security and the defense innovation base,” said Michael Wallner, TechLink’s lead economic research specialist.

MSU’s Montana Innovation Partnership helps Montana earn highest success rates in NIH research grants for startups, small businesses

We break down how to tackle market research for high tech innovations and guidelines to prepare well-crafted and persuasive SBIR/STTR proposals.

Weekly TechLink roundup featuring seven new medical technologies

Securing a license agreement to a partially-developed technology drastically cuts costs and research and development time allowing companies to bring new products to market more cheaply and easily.

Weekly tech roundup featuring seven cybersecurity technologies available for licensing

TechLink is here to help you navigate the licensing process.

At no cost to you.

TechLink – Weekly tech roundup featuring five photonics technologies

TechLink is here to help you navigate the licensing process. And our services are free.

Tech Link – Heatstroke has top athletes, soldiers falling out. This training app is the solution.

Developed by the U.S. and U.K. militaries, the iHATT application is ready for a commercial partner

TechLink weekly tech roundup: new express licensing technologies October 2019

This roundup features technologies available to businesses and entrepreneurs with streamlined legal and financial terms through express licensing.

Navy scientist develops safe, eco-friendly paint ready for commercialization

Micaela Whalen, senior technology manager at TechLink, recently interviewed Iezzi so she can brief interested companies on the details of the technology, including use-cases and steps to commercialization.