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2018 FLC National Meeting - FLC Successes

This panel showcases 2018 FLC award winners in the Excellence in T2 and Interagency Partnership award categories. Panelists will share their stories and explore how their technologies were successfully integrated outside of the federal sector. Award-winning stories include: "MODD - Mixed Odor...
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2018 FLC National Meeting - I-Corps Success

The success of technology transfer programs is built on companies advancing innovations to the marketplace. The National Science Foundation (NSF) I-Corps program prepares scientists and engineers to extend their focus beyond the university laboratory, and accelerates the economic and societal...
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2018 FLC National Meeting - Return on Investment Initiative

The federal government invests approximately $150 billion annually in R&D, and approximately one-third of this is conducted directly at federal laboratories. Facing increased competition from around the globe and with China projected to surpass the U.S. in scientific investment, it is critical...
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2018 FLC National Meeting Incubator and Accelerator Panel

Peter Melley Director, New Ventures, University City Science Center , Chuck Sacco, MBA Strategic Initiatives and Baiada Institute for Drexel University's Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship , Anthony P. Green, Ph.D. Ben Franklin Technology Partners, Southeastern, PA share their...
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FLC National Meeting Lab Director Panel Dr. Phillip Perconti

Dr. Perconti provides an overview of the ARL and its broad technology portfolio. He offers details on the status of the ARL Open Campus initiative that was launched in 2014 to improve cooperation between ARL, academic institutions, small businesses, and industry. Open Campus lays the foundation for...
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FLC National Meeting - Water Technologies Panel

The Water Council (TWC) of Milwaukee, WI, is the "industry bridge organization" for the FLC's Water Technology Focus Area (TFA), and thus the bridge between federal laboratories and water-related industries. This session will feature a panel moderated by Karen Frost of TWC, and...
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The Wildland Fire Sensors Challenge

NOTE: If you need captions, please click the CC button on the player to turn them on. Wildfires typically occur in areas that are not close to air quality monitoring stations, and therefore people living and working near or downwind of the smoke may not have access to local air quality conditions...

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