CoMotion Assistant Vice Provost for Innovation Development & Commercialization Fiona Wills was recently a featured guest on the TechTransfer IP podcast. TechTransfer IP Forum is a website that shares information and resources to help universities patent their inventions. Hosted by Lisa Mueller, Fiona describes the support and services CoMotion provides to University of Washington innovators to help them move from idea to impact. These include IP strategy, streamlined startup licensing, incubation at CoMotion Labs, funding and training. She also shares success stories about UW spinoffs and innovations licensed directly to the end user and how they range from patent, copyright and materials type projects. She also talks about the upcoming launch of the new hardware incubator on the UW campus.
For easier listening, we have provided links below to specific topics in this 42-minute podcast, beginning with the four focus areas CoMotion offers in support of innovation: