If your company is interested in securing or licensing intellectual property, the Nanotechnology Institute (NTI) can help. The NTI breaks down barriers to commercialization by collating nanotechnology intellectual property and marketing it in a very different and much more efficient way.The NTI acts as the catalyst for enterprise creation by:
- Using nanotechnology as an enabler for the development of new products and processes
- Orchestrating the creation and efficient transfer of intellectual property from the universities into area companies and new businesses like yours
- Helping to educate and build a skilled technical workforce
- Organizing, communicating and marketing the assets of the region with a unified voice
If you would like to secure or license a particular piece of nanotechnology or a bundle of complementary technologies, our Nanotechnology Commercialization Group (NCG) will put together the right team to do the preliminary work for you. The NCG, among many other services, can help negotiate your licensing agreements.
For information on the technology transfer offices of NTI’s partnering institutions, visit:
University of Pennsylvania Office of Technology Transfer
Drexel University Office of Technology Commercialization
The Nanotechnology Commercialization Group
The Nanotechnology Commercialization Group (NCG) provides commercialization services to NTI-member institutions through an Inter-Institutional Agreement with Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania, the University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, Drexel University and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
The NCG builds on the inherent strengths of each of its partners, which alone have already made great strides toward commercializing nano-scale scientific research.
- Evaluating intellectual property for commercial potential
- Devising a commercialization strategy
- Marketing the intellectual property
- Facilitating the formation of a startup company
- Negotiating licenses on behalf of the intellectual property owners and participating institutions
The NCG is authorized to create licensing agreements for NTI intellectual property (IP). The NCG is an outgrowth of the transformative Intellectual Property (IP) Agreement of the NTI, which provides corporations with a single point of negotiation for intellectual property licensing, independent of the number of institutions with ownership of that IP.
The NTI IP Agreement was a breakthrough when it was formed in 2002, and it continues to set a standard for cooperative intellectual property management between academic partners. As a single repository for university nanotechnology IP, the NCG is an attractive starting place for interested companies to search for technology to license. In addition, the NCG’s centralized service enables them to dedicate more resources to nanotechnology to support the development of greater expertise in the field than could possibly be provided by individual universities.
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NTI: Signs of Success
NTI research programs have been extremely successful at publishing in peer-reviewed journals, resulting in more than 820 articles.
In addition, NTI researchers have been awarded more than 200 federal grants totaling more than $150 million.