The pathway to market
Our technology commercialization team is here to help researchers facilitate the translation of research and innovation into the market where it can have an impact on people and the economy. Technologies can be commercialized through at least two pathways - existing companies or startup companies. In some cases, the technology commercialization team may explore both pathways simultaneously. The choice of pathway is dependent upon a variety of factors including the intended involvement of the creator, the readiness level of the technology, the size of the problem the technology addresses and the impact the technology will have on the market.Licensing to an Existing Company Creating a Startup
Staff Assistant, Technology Commercialization
Thinking about a Startup? Join the Startup Legal Bootcamp
October 20, 2020
Join the Keenan Center for Entrepreneurship on Oct. 20 for a free, virtual, day-long experience to learn more about the legal and business issues facing today’s e...
Daehn honored for technology commercialization
October 19, 2020
Glenn Daehn, professor of metallurgical engineering at The Ohio State University and founder of Ohio State startup Applied Impulse Inc., is being recognized with ...