Jackson State University’s primary objective in licensing and commercializing technology is to maximize the likelihood that products based on the technology will reach the market and have a positive impact on the lives of people.
Name of Technology: Mammalian Agmatinase Inhibitory Substance
Inventor(s): Dr. John Piletz, Dr. Ming-Ju Huang, Dr. Kenneth Lee
College: Science, Engineering and Technology
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Technology transfer and commercialization refer to the process of transferring technology developed in academic or research institutions to the private sector for the purpose of creating a product or service that can be sold in the market. This process involves identifying potential technologies or innovations, assessing their commercial potential, and then transferring the technology to a company or entrepreneur who can bring it to market. The goal of technology transfer and commercialization is to promote economic growth and job creation by turning cutting-edge research into commercial products and services. Additionally, it helps in the development of new technologies, products and services which can be beneficial for society as a whole.