Capturing, securing and sharing the value of our innovations
Our business development and intellectual property efforts complement technology development at the Center towards identifying the most efficient path to the clinic and to wider society.
Technology transfer at the Wyss Center is an intrinsic aspect of our model towards deploying innovative research to society.
Our business development staff work closely with our technical development teams, intellectual property experts and technology transfer professionals at our collaborating institutions to ensure that the discovery and development of novel technologies are disclosed, evaluated and appropriately protected.
Partnering with industry, interacting with clinicians and patients, creating startups and licensing to larger organizations are key to bringing technical inventions to patients around the world.
Key areas in business development
- Identification of technology translation opportunities
- Technology and market assessment
- Intellectual property protection and management
- Technology cost and reimbursement analysis
- Patient and clinician technology acceptance and adoption modeling
Eric Chanie, Entrepreneur in Residence“We work with patients, key opinion leaders, industry and investor partners to address the technical, societal and commercial challenges of translating our neurotechnology innovations to the market.”
To learn more about our technology transfer activities and opportunities to partner with the Wyss Center, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wyss Center joins Swiss life sciences cluster BioAlps
The Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering, a non-profit organization dedicated to accelerating discoveries in neuroscience to improve patient lives, has joined BioAlps, the life sciences cluster for Western Switzerland.Collaboration
2nd EPFL-Wyss Center call for entrepreneurial projects
Are you developing a promising technology in the field of applied neuroscience or neurotechnology? Do you intend to bring it to the market? This joint EPFL-Wyss Center call for projects might be for you.Collaboration
Study suggests a promising future for soft bioelectronic interfaces in clinical settings
Results demonstrate MRI compatibility, good surgical handling and reliable recording in bioelectronic interfaces that conform to the nervous system.Technology