Technology Transfer

UM Tech Transfer – Second Take [Part X] [AUDIO]
Today we wrap-up our two week look into technology transfer from the University of Montana to companies and products.  Keeping track of dissolved carbon dioxide in seawater is important to improving our understanding of carbon cycling.  It takes a sophisticated monitor, like the one design…
UM Tech Transfer – Second Take [Part IX] [AUDIO]
Dangerous pollutants such as toxic petrochemicals, persistent polymers, and harmful phosphates are negatively impacting the planet, and it’s population. Rivertop is addressing this problem by commercializing green chemical substitutes based upon abundantly available renewable feedstocks...
UM Tech Transfer – Second Take [Part VIII] [AUDIO]
Turning new discoveries into companies and products takes a slightly different form at Rivertop Renewables.  Building on the pioneering work of Dr. Donald Kiely, this firm has developed around the idea of creating an abundant and economical supply of green chemicals and bioproducts...
UM Tech Transfer – Second Take [Part VII] [AUDIO]
Yesterday we heard about some of the benefits of treating stroke and traumatic brain injury with lo-dose methamphetamine.  The military is interested because these types of injuries are common, and commonly occur away from full-service medical facilities...
UM Technology Transfer – Second Take [Part III] [AUDIO]
Ever wonder why the university would put so much effort into moving intellectual discoveries from the campus to the community?
In today's program, Dr. Joe Fanguy talks about the benefits for the university, the community, and the nation. 
Every other month, the university publishes Tech Tra…
UM Technology Transfer – Second Take [Part II] [AUDIO]
The University of Montana Technology Transfer office doesn't just operate within the research community.  It also reaches out to other potential partners at the university.
In today's program, Dr. Joe Fanguy describes the relationship between the office of Technology Transfer and the S…