Licensing and technology transfer opportunities
Have you ever considered taking advantage of technology research that has already been done in order to further your own operations? Many technologies are patented and ready for commercialization, and intellectual property laws give you the opportunity to profit from them.
To do so, you will have to pay for licensing rights or agreements. However, this can save you the expense of conducting your own research, and the ongoing costs of maintaining development activities or facilities.
Organizations from the public and private sectors, as well as academic institutions, have resources and networks that can help you find available technologies.
- Product licensing
Learn how to maximize the market potential of your product or that of others.
- Licensing opportunities
You can partner with R&D experts to commercialize their existing patented technologies.
- Industry Partnership Programs
Get help with your Canadian R&D projects in natural sciences or engineering from colleges and universities in Canada.
- Canadian Innovation Centre
Access research, training and consulting services to help you turn your idea into a product or service that is ready to be put on the market.
- Quebec research, liaison and transfer centres in French only
Get liaison officers to help you enter into strategic alliances with Quebec universities and finance your research and development projects.
- R&D collaborations
You could license communication technologies that are ready for commercial exploitation, and take advantage of collaboration opportunities.
- Western Research Parks
Get help developing and commercializing your innovative product or service by partnering with the University of Western Ontario's Research Parks.
- Springboard Atlantic Inc.
Tap into the R&D expertise and facilities of Atlantic universities and colleges to help you commercialize new ideas.
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