*THE OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT HAS MOVED FROM 308 BYNUM HALL TO 100 EUROPA CENTER DRIVE SUITE 430*
The Office of Technology Development (OTD), in support of the university’s mission to encourage innovation and disseminate knowledge, serves the university and the public by licensing innovations developed by faculty, students and staff. Our services include evaluating, patenting, licensing and assisting faculty in obtaining research support from corporate sponsors. Innovators from UNC can use this site to learn Commonly Asked Questions and Answers About Patents & Licensing and how to protect their ideas, how to share their ideas with others, and when and how to start a company, including information about the Carolina Express License Agreement for startups. Companies can search or browse technologies or research tools (cell lines, transgenic animals, etc.) available for licensing or learn about exciting UNC Startups looking for investment.
OTD Bulletin Board
OTD New Patent Decision Process
Online submission of MTA requests
OTD internship program
Interested in pursuing a career in technology transfer? Visit our Internship web page for details about our program.
Carolina Innovations Seminar
The February 2016 seminar of the 2015-2016 season will be held on Thursday, February 4, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. in Sitterson Hall, with a networking reception to follow at Top of the Hill. Our speaker will be Dr. Don Rose, Director of UNC’s KickStart program, who will discuss his new book, written with Cam Patterson, on university startup companies and what he has learned through extensive experience about the ins and outs of successful startups. Dr. Rose will be signing copies of his book at the reception, with copies available to purchase and a drawing for a free copy or two. Please visit our seminar page for additional information and a link to registration, free of charge.