Jump Starting and Moving New Technologies to Marketplace
Nichols, M. F. (Michael F.)
Sellers, Andrea F.
Dale, Paul S.
University of Missouri (System)
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The highway from research in the laboratory to market success has many detours and on/off ramps that are at best confusing to inventors and the populace. Success from technology-based economic development is the outcome of the efforts of many individuals across the private and public economic development ecosystem. In this session we will highlight the issues of technology-based economic development, including legal, capital and service provider solutions that have been successfully employed to lower barriers to innovation-driven economic development. In addition to the social and economic aspects derived from the development of human capital at universities, panel members will discuss the significant contributions to job creation and economic vitality in the communities where our campuses are located and the diffusion of this economic impact across the state.
Presentations (Missouri Regional Life Sciences Summit 2010)