On The Triple Point podcast, TPO Technology Transfer Program Manager, Wayne MacKenzie, discusses his career trajectory and his history in the Weather Service, and shared information about NOAA’s public-private partnerships and research to commercialization efforts.
Stories related to NOAA technology transfer broadly.
Parikha Mehta has spent the last four months focused on the intersection of intellectual property and climate and environmental technologies while on an employee exchange (known as a detail) at NOAA from the U.S Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Her goal: Help researchers understand the importance of protecting their inventions so that NOAA’s research and technology can better serve the public and inspire future innovation.
Using a converted Cold War-era bomber, NOAA’s chemical sciences laboratory is working to decode the makeup of our stratosphere.
The new instrument is smaller, lighter and much more sensitive to low concentrations of nitrogen oxides. NOAA scientist Andrew Rollins was awarded a U.S. Patent for his innovative design in August 2022.
The NOAA Technology Partnerships Office seeks to hire an Applied Technology Program Specialist, The Specialist will encourage the timely disclosure of innovative technologies by NOAA labs; oversee intellectual property protections and technology transfer; develop strategic partnerships between NOAA and industry, academia, other government agencies, and the general public; manage licensing agreements; and perform statistical analysis of technology transfer and cooperative research and development activity. Applications will be accepted through February 13. For Federal applicants, see this USAJOBS posting for full job description and application instructions:https://www.usajobs.gov/job/702801100#summary For non-Federal applicants, see this USAJOBS posting for full job description and application instructions:https://www.usajobs.gov/job/702801400#hiring-paths Note: Any reference obtained from this website to a specific company, product, process, or service does not constitute or imply an endorsement by NOAA. Published on January 31, 2023