A quick reference guide to take your technology from Laboratory to Market
As a researcher in energy at a research institution, you need to focus on primary goals that include making discoveries and developing scientific and technological advances. As a result of the work, you will be able to demonstrate the value using publications, presentations, technology development prototypes, patents, etc. and report the milestones to the research funders. Depending on the stage of your career you could be responsible for proposing new research lines and research projects, conduct and/or lead technology developments, creating work plans, executing work in the lab and on the computer, hiring and mentoring junior staff, reviewing the work, proposals, and publications of others—the list is long and deep. And in addition to all this, you are asked to consider contributing to the commercialization of your technology.
You can download the guide, written by InnoEnergy in the framework of the L2M (phase 1), in the following link.