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Free NCET2 webinar

Postby Emil Chuck » Mon Mar 16, 2009 1:38 pm

[This is a free webinar that Dave and I think would be of interest to many on the forum who want to know more about tech transfer. If you are not already on the mailing list, I encourage you to join.]

As part of The National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer (NCET2) Series on "Funding American Innovation"

Director Mark Stanley will discuss

NIST's
New Technology Innovation Program (TIP)
Thursday, March 24, 1:00-2:00pm ET (10:00-11:00am PT)

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To register go to:
http://ncet2.org/UpcomingEvents/nist-mar-24-09


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Marc Stanley, Director of the Technology Innovation Program (TIP) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, will present an overview of on this recently created Federal program. Created in 2007 as part of the America COMPETES Act, TIP was established "to support, promote, and accelerate innovation in the United States through high-risk, high-reward research in areas of critical national need."

TIP is aimed at speeding the development of high-risk, transformative research targeted to address key societal challenges. The program will fund small and medium-sized businesses, universities, and research consortia on a competitive, cost share basis for research on potentially revolutionary technologies for meeting critical national needs that present high technical risks-with commensurate high rewards if successful.

TIP anticipates announcing one or more competitions in Spring 2009, and the program recently completed its first competition solicitation in the area of “Sensing Technologies for Civil Infrastructure”.

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COST: Free, but registration required. Long distance charges from your phone company may apply depending your phone plan.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE?: This webinar is online. You need a computer with web access for the visual and a regular phone line to hear the audio. Q&A is conducted by a chat box to the speakers.

WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE IN THE WEBINAR?: This webinar is open to the public and anyone interested in the Innovation Economy and what universities are doing to create startups in their region is invited to attend.

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Marc Stanley
(Director of the Technology Innovation Program (TIP) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology)

Bio

Mr. Marc G. Stanley has served as Director of the Technology Innovation Program (TIP) at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) since December 31, 2007. He was appointed Acting Director of TIP on September 10, 2007. He also serves as a U.S. Governor on the Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation Board of Governors and as the American Director on the Trilateral Industrial Development (TRIDE) Executive Committee.

Mr. Stanley served as the Director of the Advanced Technology Program (ATP) since June 2003. He was the Acting Director of ATP from 2001 to 2003 and as the Associate Director for ATP from 1993 to 2001.

Before coming to NIST, Mr. Stanley was the Associate Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Commerce (DoC) by Presidential appointment. He served as Counselor to the NIST Director, as a consultant to DoC’s Technology Administration, and as Assistant Secretary for Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs at DoC.

Mr. Stanley earned a BA from George Washington University and a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Baltimore.
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