Presenting #TEK at the 2019 Brazil Innovation Summit

In its initial edition, The Innovation Summit Brazil 2019, invited Tekcapital to present “The Role of Universities in Successful Start-up Creation” for approximately two thousand people. The event was held from August 12 to August 14, 2019, in Florianopolis, Brazil. The main purpose of the event was to stimulate innovation investments within Brazil, by gathering…

Tekcapital delivered university start-up training in Chile

Tekcapital, an intellectual property investment group, successfully delivered an advanced technology commercialization and university start-up 5-day training program in Santiago (Chile), in collaboration with the HUB APTA and the Chilean Biotechnology Association. The program consisted of training services focused on creating an effective and productive TTO and the key skills for start-up formation. Besides that,…

Expanding Tekcapital services in Peru

Tekcapital was enthusiastic to announce they completed a strategic alliance agreement with Emprende UP, the incubator and accelerator platform of Universidad del Pacifico (UP), for expanding Tekcapital’s commercialization services in Peru. Universidad del Pacífico (UP) is Peru’s leading Business School. Through Emprende UP, they have been securing seed funding and assisting a large number of…

Tek in the News: Huffington Post

As a leader in the technology transfer space, Tekcapital was consulted in a recent Huffington Post article about the need for innovation in Fortune 500 companies. The article discussed how critical and difficult it is to be innovative in the modern market, even though research is increasing at an unprecedented rate. The truth is that…

The Accelerating Pace of Innovation

The world of intellectual property is advancing at an exponential rate. Unlike the early industrial era, where a span of years or even decades occurred between major technological breakthroughs, we are now in an atmosphere of constantly evolving innovation. What this means for businesses is that in-house research capabilities will not be enough to be…

The IP Singularity

Moore’s Law, which effectively states that production microchips double in processing power approximately every two years, is also observable in the world of university technology transfer. An increasing number of research institutions are producing a rapidly-growing stream of powerful new IP. With open innovation trends connecting these discoveries on a global network, we can expect…

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The World, Amplified

Of all the tech buzzwords this year, the greatest one is augmented reality (AR). AR has the potential to change the way we view the world on a fundamental level—supplementing our natural perception with supportive information, ranging from the didactic to entertaining. What this means is that our computing needs can become seamlessly intertwined with…