FLC Unveils Govt Tech Resources Database; Paul Zielinski Comments

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research and development RDThe Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer has introduced an electronic database that industry can use to find government technology licensing or funding programs.

The FLCBusiness website is designed to provide information about federal research and development centers as well as their programs intended to help companies move technology from laboratory to market, the alliance said Nov. 24.

“By housing all of this information on one dynamic site, the FLC is able to further its mission to bolster T2 and assist with the advancement of U.S. industry,” said FLC Chair Paul Zielinski.

The portal offers an interactive tool for government, academic and commercial organizations to search federal lab resources and potential innovation partners, according to the consortium.

FLC is made-up of approximately 300 federal centers and agencies that develop strategies to make government inventions accessible to industry.



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