1 edition of Technology transfer needs assessment, 1990 found in the catalog.
Technology transfer needs assessment, 1990
by Technology Innovation Office, Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Technology Innovation Office, ICF Incorporated|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 83, 2, 9 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
Prospects for the s. References. 13 New technologies: Opportunities and threats. Information technology Biotechnology New and advanced materials References. 14 Technology assessment. Historical background. The methodology and its critics. A typology of technology assessment . The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS) is accepting applications for fiscal year (FY) Mental Health Technology Transfer Center Cooperative Agreements (Short Title: MHTTC).
Technology Forecasting – identifying applicable technologies for the company, potentially through scouting. Technology Roadmapping – ascertaining the trajectories of technological advancement and applying business or market needs to this assessment. Technology Portfolios – accumulating all technologies relevant to products or operations. This pamphlet offers a series of self-assessment guidelines and questions which college and university officials can use to help determine the extent to which they are taking the appropriate measures to reasonably protect the institution's interests, maximize the economic value of technical discoveries made by faculty, and still maintain an appropriate separation between academia and the.
There are not a lot of great books that directly address technology transfer. Here are a few book I have found useful in my tech transfer work, though: 1. The Lean Startup by Eric Ries. The lean startup philosophy has become so pervasive (for good. Seite 8 Technology Needs Assessments (TNAs) A tool for implementation of Article 4, paragraph 5, of the Convention. TNAs identify and determine the mitigation and adaptation technology priorities of Parties other than developing country Parties. TNAs involve different stakeholders in a consultative process TNAs identify the barriers to technology transfer and .
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Environmental Protection Agency,  (OCoLC) Abstract. This chapter presents a methodological approach to measure an organization’s technology transfer capabilities. The integrated approach is a combination of action research in the first phase and a hierarchical decision modeling (HDM) in the second phase, and rather than focusing on assessing a single technology or project/program, focuses on assessing the organization as a whole, Author: João Ricardo Lavoie, Tuğrul Daim.
Synthesize technology needs assessment process in a report 90 Aim of a national synthesis report on technology needs assessment 91 Structure of the report 91 Executive Summary 91 Main Report 91 List of references 95 Abbreviations 98 Annexes Technology transfer needs to be perceived in terms of achiev ing three core objectives: the introduction of new techniques by means of investment of new plants; the improvement of existing.
The UNFCCC technology transfer framework defines five key elements for meaningful and effective actions: (1) technology needs and needs assessment; (2) technology information; (3) enabling environments; (4) capacity building, and (5) mechanisms to facilitate institutional and financial support to technology cooperation, development and transfer.
Technology Needs Assessment The Technology Needs Assessment (TNA) is the first step in understanding the needs for technology transfer in the country. It provides an opportunity to identify the need for new technology, equipments, knowledge and skills for mitigating greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions and reducing vulnerability to climate change.
Countries that wish to develop a TNA have. technology. Technology transfer needs assessment review of literature on technology transfer reveals that technology transfer is a complex, difficult process even when it occurs across different functions within a single product division of a single company (Zaltman et al., ; Kidder, ; Smith and Alexander, ).
Technology transfer is commonly acknowledged to be a. Technology transfer is the process by which basic science research and fundamental discoveries are developed into practical and commercially relevant applications and logy Transfer personnel evaluate and manage invention portfolios, oversee patent prosecution, negotiate licensing agreements and periodically review cooperative research agreements already in place.
The technology transfer process has six interactive phases with key actions and indicators of transfer to distinguish progress through a flow-system model. The process is presented to promote awareness and understanding within the science community, any may enable scientists to take an active role in the successful application of their technology.
A technology transfer team plays an essential role in this process of formation of spin-offs and ensuring financial support for these start-ups. Establishing a new start-up or spin-off requires the technology transfer professional to think like an entrepreneur.
A business plan needs to be developed with a detailed market assessment of the. CONCLUSION: AN ASSESSMENT OF TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER IN GERMANY This analysis of the mechanisms and institutions of technology transfer, the examination of the four focal areas, the comparison of the U.S.
and German struc- tures, and the assessment of the German panel members allow for some general conclusions. Identification of needs regarding transfer of information between technology transfer data systems was a priority of the Needs Assessment. Virtually all of the interviewees agreed that needs exist in this area, but priorities tended to vary according to role.
Providing a detailed examination of climate negotiations records since the s, this book shows that, in addition to agreeing on climate policy frameworks, the negotiations process is of crucial importance to success. Shedding light on the dynamics of international climate policymaking, its.
Adaptations to Climate Change and Climate Variability in the Agriculture Sector in Mauritius: Lessons from a Technical Needs Assessment: /ch Like many Small Island Developing States (SIDS), Mauritius is highly vulnerable to the impacts of Climate Change (CC) and Climate Variability (CV).
Technology transfer is the mechanism by which the accumulated knowledge developed by a specific entity is transferred wholly or partially to another one to allow the receiver to benefit from such knowledge (UNIDO, ).
In another sense, technology transfer is to improve the technological capability of business enterprises in developing countries. The workshops in Montreal and Bonn, organized in collaboration with the Climate Technology Initiative (CTI) and the private sector, both highlighted the need for toolkits and handbooks on innovative and non-innovative financing of technology transfer projects to improve project preparation and assessment to international standards.
The purpose of the Technology Transfer Centers (TTC) is to develop and strengthen the specialized behavioral healthcare and primary healthcare workforce that provides prevention, treatment and recovery support services for substance use disorder (SUD) and mental illness. Appropriate technology is defined as any object, process, ideas, or practice that enhances human fulfillment through satisfaction of human needs.
A technology is deemed to be appropriate when it is compatible with local, cultural, and economic conditions (i.e., the human, material and cultural resources of the economy), and utilizes locally. Transfer of manufacturing processes and analytical procedures between facilities or laboratories is a necessary part of pharmaceutical development and commercialization.
Technology transfers take the outputs of process or method development activities and transfer the knowledge to a different location where a process or analytical procedure will be operated.
Assessment – TechAdvance assesses technologies using a simple three-part model: Market Attractiveness, Technology Potential, and People. Based on user input, each project is judged against 43 researched and validated criteria weighted by importance to arrive at a total score.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library.TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND THE ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF THE STRENGTHENING OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 1. Introduction 1. This paper presents an empirical analysis of the influence of the strength of intellectual property rights (IPRs) on technology transfer to developing nations.
The core contribution is to use regression.