Hosts: Jeff Cunningham and Ryan Harris
Guest: Wayne MacKenzie, Program Manager, NOAA Technology Partnerships Office
Description: NOAA’s Technology Partnerships Office serves the U.S. economy by transferring government-developed scientific and technological innovations to commercial applications, facilitating strategic public-private partnerships, and investing in small business research and development. This multi-use technological development cycle maximizes the government’s original investment in addition to advancing NOAA’s operational missions. NOAA’s Technology Transfer Program Manager, Wayne MacKenzie, joined The Triple Point™ to share more about NOAA intellectual property, patents, and the Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) programs, and he also shared how his involvement in improv theater makes for more productive conversations, staff meetings, and life in general. LISTEN HERE
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- NOAA Technology Partnerships Office
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NOAA's Technology Partnership Office
NOAA's Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs)
Fun challenges and the business cycle of transferring technology
Where does AI fit in the technology transfer world?
The virtues of improv in your career and life in general...like Jeff learning a lesson on active listening
Career Advice: Diversify your experiences, be open-minded
Prediction Time: The power of observations