Events

Events

The Far West Region and its officers are committed to providing a variety of technology transfer educational training courses, events, and networking opportunities for its laboratories and contacts. Featured here are a listing of current events and activities that the Region holds, participates in, and supports throughout the year to gain exposure for federal laboratory innovations and connect with potential industry partners.
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July
12
Wednesday
2017

Get to Know FLC Business Webinar Series

Learn how to search FLC Business and discover new ways to advance your R&D with federal laboratory resources!
Online
Webinar
July
26
Wednesday
2017

FLC Tech Focus Webinar Series

The Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC) is excited to announce its four-part webinar series aligned with this year’s Technology Focus Initiative – energy. The webinar series will run each quarter throughout the upcoming year, and will shine a spotlight on the vital role our energy system plays in supporting the nation’s infrastructure and economy.
Online
Webinar
August
16
Wednesday
2017

Get to Know FLC Business Webinar Series

Learn how to search FLC Business and discover new ways to advance your R&D with federal laboratory resources!
Online
Webinar
August
29
Tuesday
2017

2017 FLC Far West and Mid-Continent Regional Meeting

Save the dates for the 2017 FLC Far West and Mid–Continent regional meeting. This year's meeting will be held August 29 – 31 in Pasadena, CA.
Meeting
September
11
Monday
2017

SBIR Road Tour - California

The SBIR Road Tour is a national outreach effort to convey the non-dilutive technology funding opportunity provided through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs.
Meeting
September
12
Tuesday
2017

Smart Manufacturing Seminar Series: Automation & Robotics

To be held alongside WESTEC in Los Angeles, California this seminar will focus on automation and robotics. Due to the rapidly advancing technology driven by the growing popularity of Industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing trends, industrial automation has experience explosive growth in recent decades. From early relay logic, to the introduction of programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and now robotics, automation has provided significant opportunities to improve most manufacturing processes.
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