Technology Exchange Between Universities and Industries

Paper #:
  • 961287

Published:
  • 1996-04-01
Citation:
Moffat, R., "Technology Exchange Between Universities and Industries," SAE Technical Paper 961287, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/961287.
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Pages:
10
Abstract:
Technology transfer between universities and industries is discussed from two viewpoints: (1) the mechanisms of technology transfer and, (2) the future for university/industry interaction.The first major premise is that technology is transferred most efficiently through personal interaction; programs seeking to improve technology transfer should focus on promoting person-to-person contacts.The second major premise is that industry has become so dependent on a high technology that, as the Federal government reduces its support for academic research, industry will have to step in. This will require significant changes in attitude by all three parties: universities, industries, and the Federal funding agencies.
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