News | Jun 20, 2019

These 21 inventions were revealed this morning, most available for product development

Batch of U.S. government patent applications lists new technologies from its research scientists, engineers

Many of the consumer technologies sold today had humble beginnings as an idea or prototype in a research and development laboratory. But not every business has an R&D budget.

What they do have, know it or not, is access to dozens of government laboratories and inventors.

Through tech transfer agreements, U.S. companies can acquire technology from government labs (and intellectual property rights) to bring unique and distinct products to the market.

If that sounds daunting, don’t worry. TechLink can help.

TechLink works for two of the biggest agencies in the government, the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs, providing businesses large and small with expert guidance in evaluating and licensing their inventions.

And those services are provided at no charge. Need proof? Check our references.

New Technologies, June 20, 2019

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