Partner with CBIS

CBIS encourages industry to explore joint investigation and commercialization opportunities. We work closely with the Office of Intellectual Property Optimization (OIPO) to streamline collaborations between Rensselaer experts and industry, including protecting intellectual property at the outset of any discussion using the appropriate level of non-disclosure agreement.

Partnering with CBIS offers numerous advantages:

If discussions proceed to serious exploration of potential partnerships, we work with OIPO to prepare a Scope of Work that clearly sets out all provisions of a joint endeavor, stipulating the many detailed obligations of both parties regarding intellectual property ownership rights, commercialization investigation criteria, the technology transfer process, and commercialization.

Companies and organizations that are interested in possible licensing partnership can contact our office and also consult OIPO’s searchable database of current programs.

Faculty that want to learn more about the possibilities for funding, patenting, and possibly commercializing their discoveries will find a wealth of resources through OIPO and its detailed Inventor’s Guide.

For more information contact:

Shirley Ann Jackson, Ph.D. Center for Biotechnology and Interdisciplinary Studies
Deepak Vashishth, Ph.D.
Director CBIS and Professor, Biomedical Engineering
Office of Intellectual Property Optimization

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