You’ve invented something really cool. Now, can you protect it and create a company around it? Christopher Noble, Technology Licensing Officer of the MIT Technology Licensing Office, explains how and when to file a patent (and if you need to); how your startup can spin the invention out from MIT and get that coveted “exclusive license”; how MIT’s Technology Licensing Office can help you (and what they want from you); and what your investors are looking for when they ask the question: “Tell me about your IP”. Recorded 23 January 2013.
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