Technology Analyst Training


BU’s Technology Development Office has put up signups for their annual analyst training program.

The analyst program is a great way to gain exposure to patent law, technology licensing, and startups.

Exploring Careers in Technology Development

Most research universities, federal labs, and mid-to-large sized companies have some sort of technology transfer or intellectual property management program in place. Technology transfer is a rapidly growing field and all of these institutions are vying for qualified candidates for their growing technology transfer offices. The goal of Boston University’s analyst program is to provide graduate students in management, law, science and engineering with exposure to career alternatives beyond the traditional research path. This experience gives individuals with a technical background the business and intellectual property experience necessary to land an entry level position in technology licensing, patent law or business development. The program also provides business and law students with experience in the field of technology development and commercialization.

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I can speak from experience, its a great summer job for 1L students!

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If you have any questions, contact Jon Jensen at jjensen {at}

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