Basics of Technology Commercialization (I&E 281)

This course covers assessment, development, and translation for a range of technical areas, such as pharmaceuticals, computer science, energy, and medical devices. The course is organized around the basic elements of taking technology from conception to development and commercialization, including understanding technology, developing a plan to get to market, and assessing the potential market. The course combines lecture, case assignments, and discussion of real technology development opportunities.

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