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Join us at the Stony Brook University Incubator Company Showcase at CEWIT on June 2nd ! A joint effort by Stony Brook University’s Centers of Excellence, Centers for Advanced Technology, Business Incubators and Development Centers, the event showcases one of the nation’s most comprehensive suite of economic development programs and the technological innovations and entrepreneurial advances of the University’s burgeoning community of member companies.
The Incubator Company Showcase will feature over 40 company exhibits and displays. Providing ample time for valuable networking and one-on-one conversations with our scope of biotechnology, energy and information technology companies. The event will also commemorate both the graduation and homegrown success of Codagenix, Inc.
Taking place on two days over the course of two weeks at the beginning of March, the 2016 Long Island Innovation Boot Camp/Pre-Seed Workshop was held at the Long Island High Technology Incubator. The annual event, co-organized by the CFB and Stony Brook Universities Clean Energy Business Incubator Program (CEBIP), featured eight technologies emerging from the region’s top research institutions. The event rallies community talent and resources to investigate and transform commercially promising technologies into pre-seed stage companies.
Dr. Carol Carter, a molecular Genetics and Microbiology Profession at Stony Brook University, participated in the boot camp this year. About her experience in the boot camp, she noted to Innovate Long Island, “It’s given me an education of a type I’ve not gotten before, in all of my training. As an academician, you don’t usually get this kind of perspective on what you do.” Read additional articles on the event here and here.
In most cases for a startup, having patent, trade secret, trademark, and/or copyright protection is the key leverage needed to attract the life-blood investment necessary to sustain and grow the startup to exit. This discussion will address from a startup’s perspective how to maintain the maximum potential value of Intellectual Property you may have AND future Intellectual Property that you don’t even know about yet!
You will learn about:
Patent, Trademark, Copyright and Trade Secret Basics
Common misconceptions about IP, e.g., Patentability and enforcement vs. Freedom-to-Operate
Preparing for your pitch and the resultant Due Diligence
What steps to take (or not to take) in order to avoid losing your precious IP leverage: Unintentionally forfeiting IP rights,Controlling ownership,And other IP portfolio building strategies
Speakers: Ray Farrell, founding partner of Carter, DeLuca, Farrell & Schmidt, LLP; Pina Campagna, Patent & Trademark Attorney at Carter, DeLuca, Farrell & Schmidt, LLP.
RSVP to David C Hamilton Director, Business Development, Clean Energy Business Incubator Program (CEBIP): email@example.com