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"Bread Crumbs" for First Responders

Laboratory: National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Technology: Smart Multi-hop Relay Communication System Opportunity: Available in the public domain Description: NIST has demonstrated a prototype approach to maintain two-way communications with first responders as they make their...
"New T2 Regulations: What You Need to Know" Webinar - May 22
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"New T2 Regulations: What You Need to Know" Webinar - May 22

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recently released new technology transfer (T2) regulations for complying with the Stevenson-Wydler and Bayh-Dole acts. It is important that all T2 and lab professionals review and understand these regulations. To ensure that your T2 office...
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"Selfie Stick" for Skin Conditions

Laboratory: Department of Veterans Affairs ( Minneapolis VA Medical Center ) Technology: Flexible, long-handled camera that helps at-risk patients monitor their skin for pressure sores, foot sores, and other conditions. Opportunity: The VA is looking for a partner for further development and...
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"The Sleuth Kit"

Laboratory: Los Alamos National Laboratory Summary: tsk_get_files, a script that can rebuild a file structure from a disk image. Details: tsk_get_files is a script that uses "The Sleuth Kit" commands "fls" and "icat" to rebuild a file structure from a disk image. Although TSK is intended to be used...
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#2014FLC - National Meeting, Tuesday Preview

Good morning and welcome back to Day Two of the national meeting, as we discuss what's going on in the world of T2. If you took one of our intensive courses yesterday, now is the time when you'll expand your training and see what you learned in practice. Just joining us for the day? It's a great...
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#2014FLC - National Meeting, Wednesday Preview

Welcome back again to the third and final day of the 2014 national meeting, also known as Industry Day. If Monday was all about training and yesterday was focused on how we operate as federal T2 professionals, our program today focuses outward—on our network and impact with partners. Today's...
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2010 Summary Tech Transfer Report Released

Greetings from D.C. In 2010, federal technology transfer programs across 11 agencies produced over 3,100 new Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs) (over 8,500 active); disclosed nearly 4,800 new inventions; filed over 1,800 new patents (just over 1,100 issued); managed over 13,...
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2011 Summary Tech Transfer Report Released

Greetings from D.C. In 2011, federal technology transfer programs across 11 agencies produced over 3,300 new CRADAs (with over 7,700 active); disclosed nearly 5,300 new inventions; filed over 2,300 new patents (with nearly 1,600 issued); managed nearly 14,000 active licenses; and generated over...
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2014 FLC Awards Nomination Deadline to Be Extended

Due to the government shutdown, the FLC Awards Committee’s 2014 nomination deadline will be reasonably extended to accommodate those who are unable to work. A new deadline will be determined in the future. At this time, this update applies only to the nominations that were due Oct. 4;...
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2014 R&D Budget

Greetings from D.C. President Obama released his FY 2014 budget in mid-April, including that portion informally known as the “R&D budget.” It’s been an interesting year budget-wise, with the FY 2013 budget approved halfway through the year, sequestration taking effect at...

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