(WEST LAFAYETTE) – Startup leaders from Purdue University and across the state of Indiana will provide insights into technology transfer during a virtual panel event on February 18th.
The Frameworx Tech Transfer in Indiana panel also will feature startups from Indiana University and the University of Notre Dame. BioCrossroads, which released a report on tech transfer in Indiana, is hosting the event.
“Tech transfer programs at universities across Indiana are vital components to drive innovation and commercialization for the state and the nation,” said Brooke Beier, vice president of the Purdue Research Foundation Office of Technology Commercialization, who will be a featured speaker at the event.
Novosteo Inc., a Purdue-affiliated preclinical-stage biotechnology startup focused on the development of bone-targeted therapeutics, will be among the featured startups for the event. Registration information for the event is available online.
BioCrossroads, a public-private collaboration that supports Indiana’s existing research and corporate strengths while encouraging new business development, released a report called Tech Transfer in Indiana: An Overview for the Life Sciences Industry. The report highlights the technology transfer processes and approaches used by Purdue, Indiana, and Notre Dame to facilitate the commercialization of research-driven discoveries and innovations.