Brown Technology Innovations’ 2021 Annual Report includes stories about faculty inventors, startups and collaborations, and features news about Techstyle Materials (Professor Derek Stein) and Elkurt (Professors Jake Kurtis and Jack Elias). Read the report here.
The mission of Brown Technology Innovations is to put Brown University’s technology first to drive commercial outcomes that benefit the University and society.
With its responsibilities to manage the university’s patent portfolio, the Brown University technology transfer office, called Brown Technology Innovations is first and foremost focused on commercialization.
We serve two customers: the faculty members who provide invention disclosures for patenting and commercialization; and the investors, entrepreneurs and companies that develop university technology. The faculty customer engages with our office concerning technology – specifically the evaluation of invention disclosures, the technology’s patenting and its licensing. The technology investor customer works with our office because they wish to obtain or support technology.
For Brown Technology Innovations, our focus is on Technology First. Read our full strategy here. The following short videos describe our services and projects in more detail.
Life Sciences: Explore Commercial Pathways. Brown Technology Innovations.
Strategy for Brown Technology Innovations. Neil Veloso, Executive Director, Brown Technology Innovations
Intellectual Property Licensing Primer. Kris Brown, Partner, Goodwin Procter LLP (Brown ’89), Brown Technology Innovations Advisory Board Member
2020 Updates to Brown’s IP Policy. Len Katzman, Business Development Director, Brown Technology Innovations
Startup Case Example: Elkurt: A Platform for Vaccine Development. Jake Kurtis, Stanley M. Aronson Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Chair of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
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