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Innovation to Impact

A presentation & discussion series

We invite you to join us for Innovation to Impact, a series of lunch discussions for faculty, staff and graduate students about the creation, management and commercialization of intellectual property (IP). During these presentations, you will learn more about the impact of IP and how it complements your research. We can't wait to see you!

NEW VENTURES & CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

Tuesday, March 27 in Norman, 12 to 1 p.m. in the Weitzenhoffer Room, OMU

Wednesday, March 28 at the Health Sciences Center, 12 to 1 p.m. in the BRC, room 103

  • How to launch a new venture
  • Determining if you have a conflict of interest
  • Managing conflicts of interest

Registration is now open – register here.

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Presented by Sabrina Stubblefield // August 2017

  • Why IP matters
  • IP and sponsored research
  • IP-based agreements

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Presented by Chris Corbett // September 2017

  • What is a patent?
  • How/why does a public disclosure affect patentability?
  • Types of public disclosures
  • How to publish without hurting your patent rights
  • Key milestones of the patent process

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Presented by Sabrina Stubblefield // October 2017

  • What is a Copyright?
  • How do I protect myself from Copyright Infringement claims?
  • What is Fair Use?
  • Is there value in Copyright?

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Presented by Andrew Pollock // February 2017

  • Not all intellectual property is patentable
  • Filing for copyrights and trademarks
  • Protecting your software application
  • Examples of licensing non-traditional IP

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Presented by Andrew Pollock // November 2016

  • Evaluating product-market fit
  • Marketing technology: the OTD-inventor partnership
  • Licensing terms and requirements
  • Commercial terms and SRAs
  • Enforcement, infringement and little men who live under bridges

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Presented by Gina McMillen & Annie Smith // November 2017

  • Generating data for patent claims
  • Gathering commercially relevant data
  • Funding to bridge the data disconnect

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Presented by Meredith Wilkerson // May 2017

  • How to convey the value and impact of your work outside academia
  • Tips for being clear, concise, and compelling
  • Best practices for customer discovery and determining product-market fit

 

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Presented by Jim Bratton // January 2017

  • How to launch a new venture
  • Determining if you have a conflict of interest
  • Managing conflicts of interest

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Presented by
Charles A. Hinton, Jr.
Director, NSF I-Corps/Startup Aggieland // March 2017

  • Avoid wasting time with ideas that don’t work
  • Reduce your chances of flop
  • Is there really a problem that your innovation solves? Or are you imagining there is a problem or need?
  • Is there a market for your product or are you just dreaming?

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Presented January 2018

  • Explore opportunities for research graduate students interested in a career in industry or entrepreneurship
  • Hear from current Venture Fellows teams that are starting businesses around university IP
  • Learn about program details, including selection, curriculum, and goals

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Presented by Tom Wavering, Executive Director of the Tom Love Innovation Hub at OU // February 2018

  • What are the SBIR and STTR programs?
  • Qualities of a competitive project
  • SBIR support at OU

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