NOAA Technology Transfer Program

NOAA's Technology Transfer Program is housed within the NOAA Technology Partnerships Office.  The program is responsible for NOAA's portfolio of innovations, including patents, patent license agreements, and Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs). The goal of the program is to ensure a rapid and cost-effective transfer of NOAA's technologies from the Lab to U.S. industry for direct use and/or commercialization.  

For U.S. companies that are interested in working with NOAA, you may wish to review our list of open licensing opportunities from the main menu.  If you are interested in partnering with NOAA, our office can refer you to the most relevant laboratory or program to start a discussion.        

More Information

For additional information on Federal technology transfer,  visit the Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC).  The FLC site features training and informational videos, as well as licensing opportunities across the federal government under FLC Business.  The FLC is a great place to see how federal technology transfer can benefit your company.  

 

NOAA Technology Transfer:  
Increasing the Impact of Public Investments in NOAA Science 


Upcoming Activities:

Federal Laboratory Consortium Annual Meeting
April 24-26, 2018
Philadelphia, PA




Program Contacts

Derek Parks
Program Manager
Email: derek.parks@noaa.gov

Charlie Henry (Contractor)
Program Assistant
Email: charlie.w.henry@noaa.gov


 

 

NOAA Technology Partnerships Office
1305 East West Highway
SSMC4, Room 7602
Silver Spring, MD 20910

F: 301-713-4100

For questions or if you would like to be added to our email distribution, please email us at NOAA.TPO@noaa.gov.


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