Lunch & Learn: Practicing Safe Testing

This talk presents principles that should be adhered to in order to minimize the risk of losing IP rights in the testing process. These principles are derived from real-world case studies from the mechanical, biotech, and other fields, all of which will be canvassed during the presentation.

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Technology Management Highlights (November)

TEC Edmonton’s Technology Management team offers expert advice on intellectual property matters which often lead to new patents, licensing agreements and company spin-offs.

NEW GRANTS

Optimization of a yeast platform for biosynthesis of hexadecanol and octadecanol

The Technology Management team has helped Dr. David Stuart secure a $125,000 NSERC I2I phase I grant entitled “Optimization of a yeast platform […]

By |November 18th, 2015|TEC Clients, Technology Management, University of Alberta|0 Comments

Technology Management Highlights (July)

TEC Edmonton’s Technology Management team offers expert advice on intellectual property matters which often lead to new patents, licensing agreements and company spin-offs.

NEW PATENTS

Tapered Waveguide Coupler and Spectrometer
U.S. Patent No. 8,977,086 issued March 10th 2015

Dr. Raymond DeCorby of the University of Alberta’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering received an issued U.S. patent describing a method of […]

Technology Management Highlights (June)

TEC Edmonton’s Technology Management team offers expert advice on intellectual property matters which often lead to new patents, licensing agreements and company spin-offs.

NEW PATENTS

Small Molecule Inhibitors of Polynucleotide Kinase/Phosphatase, Poly(ADP-RIBOSE) Polymerase and Uses Thereof
U.S. Patent No. 9,040,551, issued May 26th 2015

This patent covers new inhibitors of polynucelotide kinase/phosphatase (PNKP), a DNA repair enzyme and emerging […]

Technology Management Highlights (April)

TEC Edmonton’s Technology Management team offers expert advice on intellectual property matters which often lead to new patents, licensing agreements and company spin-offs.

New Patents

Particle Classifier
Researcher: Dr. Jason Olfert

On March 3, 2015, Dr. Jason Olfert of the University of Alberta’s Department of Mechanical Engineering received a United States patent titled “Particle Classifier”(patent no. 8,966,958).

The invention classifies particles by […]

By |April 9th, 2015|Technology Management, University of Alberta|0 Comments

Technology Management Highlights

TEC Edmonton’s Technology Management team offers expert advice on intellectual property matters which often lead to new patents, licensing agreements and company spin-offs.

New Patents

Bacterial Endotoxin for the Prevention of Metabolic Disorders and Bacterial Infections
Researcher: Dr. Burim Ametaj

On December 30, 2014, Dr. Burim Ametaj of the University of Alberta’s Department of Agricultural Food and Nutritional Science received […]

By |March 13th, 2015|Technology Management, University of Alberta|0 Comments