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2/14/20

UIDP30 Speaker Spotlight: Kelly Templin, Texas A&M University

Kelly Templin is director of the Texas A&M System’s RELLIS Campus. He previously served as the city manager of the City of College Station, TX, and Seabrook, TX. Kelly holds degrees in architecture and urban planning from Texas A&M University. UIDP: You’re a panelist for the UIDP30 presentation, “Re-envisioning Acquired Spaces for New Partnerships.” What […]

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2/5/20

Fostering research collaborations with the private sector

(University of New Mexico Newsroom) By Natalie Rogers | February 04, 2020 The UNM Office of Research and Compliance, UNM Foundation, and UNM Office of the Vice President for Research hosted the University Industry Demonstration Partnership (UIDP) President, Dr. Anthony Boccanfuso, recently. Boccanfuso met with members of the university’s research leadership on Main Campus and […]

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2/3/20

Kelvin Droegemeire, OSTP Director, on the value of building cross-sector partnerships

Kelvin Droegemeier, director of the White House Office of Science and Technology, joined UIDP for a cross-sector engagement summit Dec. 3, 2019 in Stanford, CA, "Broadening University-Industry Engagement." In this video, Dr. Droegemeier and UIDP's Anthony Boccanfuso speak to the force-multiplier effect of cross-sector collaboration among private industry, federal agencies, universities and non-profit organizations. The [...] READ MORE
1/28/20

New Member Spotlight: Johns Hopkins University

UIDP welcomes Johns Hopkins University (JHU) as a new member organization. We spoke with Sean Evans, director of corporate partnerships, life sciences. and Seth Zonies, director of corporate partnerships, engineering, about the university’s reasons for joining the UIDP family. UIDP: What is JHU hoping to gain from membership with UIDP in the coming year? JHU: […]

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1/15/20

UIDP Contracting Forum Speaker Spotlight: Lesley Millar-Nicholson, MIT

Lesley Millar-Nicholson has been director of the MIT Technology Licensing Office (TLO) since July 2016, and recently also became director of catalysts in MIT’s newly-formed Office of Strategic Alliances and Technology Transfer (OSATT). At UIDP’s Contracting Forum, she will discuss current approaches to reducing negotiation times, and she will also be featured in a fireside [...] READ MORE
12/20/19

New Member Spotlight: University of Utah

UIDP welcomes the University of Utah as a new member organization. We spoke with Keith Marmer, associate vice president for technology & venture commercialization and corporate partnerships, Center for Technology & Venture Commercialization at the University of Utah, about the university’s reasons for joining the UIDP family. UIDP: What does the University of Utah hope […]

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12/17/19

Can we keep science open?

Academic research leads weigh in to the debate on foreign collaboration By Anthony Boccanfuso Open science is an academic research tradition. So is the practice of recruiting the best students from around the world to conduct research while earning degrees at American universities. But the tradition of open science has been taking hits over the […]

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12/10/19

UIDP Contracting Forum 2020: “The relationships are indispensable”

Why should a contracting pro attend UIDP’s Contracting Forum 2020? Jarrett Ellis, senior associate, Georgia Tech Research Corporation, tells us why. It's more than learning about the newest practices and trends from top practitioners. It's also about the relationships developed and nurtured at UIDP events. Could you or a colleague benefit from two days of [...] READ MORE
11/18/19

UIDP Contracting Forum Speaker Spotlight: Mark Ralph, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals

Mark Ralph is executive director and global head, contracts & alliance management, of Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. He will present on the panel, “Getting to Yes: What Leading Companies and Universities are doing to Reduce Negotiation Times” at the UIDP Contracting Forum. UIDP: What is a common factor that slows down negotiating a U-I contract [...] READ MORE
11/11/19

The Future of Work: Questions that need answers

By Anthony Boccanfuso On Wednesday morning, I’ll meet with colleagues in Framingham, MA, at the Bose Corporation for our sixth Future of Work at the Human Technology Frontier session in as many weeks. Our goal for this week’s National Science Foundation-sponsored event, and the events leading up to it, is to convene academic, corporate and […]

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