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June
01
Wednesday
2016

BlueTech Forum 2016

Conference
BlueTech Forum - 20:20 Vision will provide a comprehensive road-map of the key themes and technologies that will shape the water industry in the coming decade. You will join industry leaders, entrepreneurs, innovators, end-users and investors for a carefully crafted day of water technology briefings, project case studies and thought leadership panels.
May
23
Monday
2016
Breakthroughs in science and technology (S&T) continue to happen at a rapid pace, particularly in areas such as: artificial intelligence, additive manufacturing, the internet of things, nanomaterials and advanced robotics, to name a few. The IRI 2016 Annual Meeting will explore recent S&T trends and discuss case studies of how companies have turned trends into new growth areas.
May
22
Sunday
2016
SBIR/STTR programs are the nation's largest source of early stage / high risk R&D funding for small business. At this conference you'll learn how to participate and compete for funding in these two programs that encourage small businesses to engage in Federal Research/Research and Development (R/R&D) and to commercialize your technological innovations.
May
22
Sunday
2016
Join us in Washington D.C. as the TechConnect World Innovation Conference co–locates with the largest global innovation program in physical and life sciences. The joint programs include the Nanotech 2016 Conference, the National Innovation Summit and the National SBIR/STTR Conference.
May
22
Sunday
2016
Annual Meeting: Accelerating the Commercialization of Global Innovation
May
17
Tuesday
2016
The Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC) and Washington College's GIS Program are hosting the Mapping, Satellite, and Sensor Technologies Forum at Washington College in Chestertown, MD. This conference focuses on the sharing of technologies and research involved in monitoring and defining land use, soil and nutrient management, water quality, environmental impacts, and atmospheric conditions.
May
12
Thursday
2016

Office Hours – Sarah Bauer

Mentorship Program
If you have T2 questions and need the kind of help that only experience can provide, some of the FLC's foremost experts are available to provide guidance where you need it most through our mentorship program.
May
04
Wednesday
2016
Join us to get insight from leaders in the public and private sector on how both sides can collaborate to make data centers work for agencies and be cloud-enabled.
April
26
Tuesday
2016

CRADA Workshop

Workshop
This course explores one of technology transfer’s most common and important mechanisms, the Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA). Instructors will present a comprehensive overview of CRADAs and how they work at federal laboratories. The course will include a series of case studies of successful CRADA projects.
April
26
Tuesday
2016
This course examines the elements of an effective license and provides an overview of how to successfully negotiate a license agreement. Instructors will explore the differences in licensing processes between government- and contractor-operated federal laboratories. The course will include highly interactive mini- workshops and simulations, so be prepared to role-play in class.

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