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Technology Transfer at U.S. Federal Laboratories: R&D Disclosures Patent Applications

Albert Link

Chapter Chapter 3 in Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurial Innovations, 2021, pp 45-58 from Springer

Abstract: Abstract This chapter describes relationships within the technology transfer process at U.S. federal laboratories. Using federal laboratory data on R&D, invention disclosures, and patent applications, aggregated to the agency level, quantitative estimates of the relationship among these metrics are presented. The policy-related finding is that a 10 percent increase in R&D per 100 scientists is associated with between a 1.52 percent and a 2.04 percent increase in patent applications per 100 scientists.

Date: 2021
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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-70022-5_3

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