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March 24, 2012. Agenda. University technology transferAbout STCFuture plans. March 24, 2012. University Technology Transfer. Societal ExpectationSociety, having funded much of the university based research, has an expectation that the fruits of that research will improve the human condition."

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1. March 24, 2012 Overview October 14, 2003 Lisa Kuuttila President & CEO Science & Technology Corporation @ UNM

2. March 24, 2012 Agenda University technology transfer About STC Future plans

3. March 24, 2012 University Technology Transfer Societal Expectation “Society, having funded much of the university based research, has an expectation that the fruits of that research will improve the human condition.” — Niels Reimers, 1987 Excerpted from: “Technology Transfer from U.S Universities — A Major Driving Force of U.S. Prosperous Economy,” presented by Terry Young, Texas A&M University System Technology Licensing Office.Excerpted from: “Technology Transfer from U.S Universities — A Major Driving Force of U.S. Prosperous Economy,” presented by Terry Young, Texas A&M University System Technology Licensing Office.

4. March 24, 2012 University Technology Transfer Excerpted from: “Technology Transfer from U.S Universities — A Major Driving Force of U.S. Prosperous Economy,” presented by Terry Young, Texas A&M University System Technology Licensing Office.Excerpted from: “Technology Transfer from U.S Universities — A Major Driving Force of U.S. Prosperous Economy,” presented by Terry Young, Texas A&M University System Technology Licensing Office.

5. March 24, 2012 University Technology Transfer A Definition Technology Transfer — The process for transfer of university-developed intellectual property rights from the university to the for-profit sector for purposes of commercial application. Excerpted from: “Technology Transfer from U.S Universities — A Major Driving Force of U.S. Prosperous Economy,” presented by Terry Young, Texas A&M University System Technology Licensing Office.Excerpted from: “Technology Transfer from U.S Universities — A Major Driving Force of U.S. Prosperous Economy,” presented by Terry Young, Texas A&M University System Technology Licensing Office.

6. March 24, 2012 University Technology Transfer Addressing Conflicting Values and Common Interest Excerpted from: “Technology Transfer from U.S Universities — A Major Driving Force of U.S. Prosperous Economy,” presented by Terry Young, Texas A&M University System Technology Licensing Office.Excerpted from: “Technology Transfer from U.S Universities — A Major Driving Force of U.S. Prosperous Economy,” presented by Terry Young, Texas A&M University System Technology Licensing Office.

7. March 24, 2012 University Technology Transfer Excerpted from: “Overview of Technology Transfer — Negotiating Intellectual Property Clauses in Industry Agreements,” presented by Suzanne Quick, University of California Office of Technology Transfer.Excerpted from: “Overview of Technology Transfer — Negotiating Intellectual Property Clauses in Industry Agreements,” presented by Suzanne Quick, University of California Office of Technology Transfer.

8. March 24, 2012 AUTM Survey Data For U.S. Universities Comparison of Patent Filings and Invention Disclosures Received for Recurrent Respondents

9. March 24, 2012 AUTM Survey Data for U.S. Universities Total and New U.S. Patents Applications Filed (All Respondents)

10. March 24, 2012 AUTM Survey Data for U.S. Universities Licenses and Options Executed: Licensed to Start-Up, Small, or Large Companies for Institutions Providing Detailed Data in Fiscal Year 2001

11. March 24, 2012 AUTM Survey Data for U.S. Universities Gross Income by Income Type, All Respondents

12. March 24, 2012 AUTM Survey Data for U.S. Universities Number of Programs by Income and Number of Active Licenses

13. March 24, 2012 AUTM Survey Data for U.S. Universities Number of Programs by Income and Program Age

14. March 24, 2012 STC Mission Statement Support UNM’s inventive culture by creating commercial opportunities resulting in benefits for the university, UNM inventors, and the state of New Mexico.

15. March 24, 2012 STC Board Members

16. March 24, 2012 STC Organizational Chart

17. March 24, 2012 UNM Peer Institutions Comparison: Technology Transfer Start Year

18. March 24, 2012 UNM Peer Institution Comparison: Sponsored Research Expenditures (FY2001)

19. March 24, 2012 UNM Peer Institution Comparison: Metrics – Disclosures/$2M Res. Exp. (FY2001)

20. March 24, 2012 UNM Peer Institution Comparison: Metrics - Options/Licenses Yielding Income (FY2001)

21. March 24, 2012 STC: Number of Disclosures

22. March 24, 2012 STC: Number of Issued Patents

23. March 24, 2012 STC: Number of Options/Licenses Signed

24. March 24, 2012 STC: Number of Start-Up Companies Licensed Based on UNM Technology

25. March 24, 2012 STC Future Plans Access Inventors’ Portal Redesigned website Outreach Organization Marketing Venture Development Collaboration

26. March 24, 2012 Future Plans: Inventors’ Portal

27. March 24, 2012 Future Plans: Inventors’ Portal

28. March 24, 2012 Future Plans: Redesigned Website

29. March 24, 2012 Future Plans: Outreach “Intellectual Property Seminar” series Introduction to STC’s “Inventors’ Portal”: How to Access Information About Your Inventions Online (Sept. 4, Lisa Kuuttila, STC) New Developments in Life Science Patents (Oct. 16, Victoria Sandberg, Mueting, Raasch, & Gebhardt) New Developments in Physical Science, Engineering, and Software Patents (Nov. 20, Steve Lundberg, Schwegmann, Lundberg, Woessner & Kluth)

30. March 24, 2012 Future Plans: Outreach Entrepreneurs Forum series The Reality of Starting a Company Based on UNM Technology (Sept. 9, Peter Rachor, STC) How to Build the Start-Up Team: Do’s and Don’ts (Oct. 9, Todd Hand, Talent Capital Group) Financing University-Based Start-Ups with Venture Capital (Nov. 11, Lyle Hohnke, Tullis-Dickerson & Co., Inc.) Starting a Technology-Based Company: Lessons Learned (Dec. 9, Dr. Waneta Tuttle, eXagen Corporation)

31. March 24, 2012 Future Plans: Organization

32. March 24, 2012 Future Plans: Marketing Commercial databases Staffing

33. March 24, 2012 Future Plans: Venture Development New position: Director, Venture Development Early stage incubation Networking with other service providers

34. March 24, 2012 Future Plans: Collaboration Patent-pooling initiative TRC Inter-institutional collaborations Kaufman entrepreneurship proposal Others?

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