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Idea to Implementation - Media X at the Intersection


March 5, 2012 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Room Offsite
Learn about the entrepreneurial potential of Stanford Law School and Stanford Computer Science research...

featuring the Stanford Intellectual Property Exchange - a homegrown research initiative by CodeX - The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics.


Monday, March 5, 2012
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Cordura Hall, Room 100 (map)


· Neerja Raman, moderator, Media X Distinguished Visiting Scholar
· Chuck House, Chancellor Cogswell College, Emeritus Media X
· Franny Lee, Associate Director, Stanford Intellectual Property Exchange
· Chao King and Hiroshi Tomita, Konica Minolta Systems Lab


About the event: How does a research project evolve to a product? The Stanford Intellectual Property Exchange provides an example.

Google, SUN Microsystems, Yahoo - just a few of the highly successful companies with research roots from Stanford University. Sometimes the business community pulls ideas out of the university. Sometimes the university pushes them out. Along the way from idea to success, many organizations and individuals get involved, providing talent, information and capital. This innovation ecosystem of relationships, catalysts and resources is part of Stanford's secret sauce.

This panel will highlight some of the critical entrepreneurial enablers that have given life to a research idea introduced in 2006 and developed into a technology that is transforming the way people can monetize and use online content created by themselves and others.

For more information, please visit the event website.