Licensing Surveys - AUTM
Licensing Survey FY2012
FY2012 U.S. and Canadian Licensing Activity Surveys — quantitative data and real-world examples about licensing activities at U.S. and Canadian universities, hospitals and research institutions.

Licensing Survey FY2011
2011 U.S. and Canadian Licensing Activity Surveys — quantitative data and real-world examples about licensing activities at U.S. and Canadian universities, hospitals and research institutions.

FY2010 Licensing Survey
2010 U.S. and Canadian Licensing Activity Surveys — quantitative data and real-world examples about licensing activities at U.S. and Canadian universities, hospitals and research institutions.

FY2009 Licensing Activity Survey
2009 U.S. and Canadian Licensing Activity Survey Summaries — quantitative data and real-world examples about licensing activities at U.S. and Canadian universities, hospitals and research institutions.

FY2008 Licensing Activity Survey
2008 U.S. and Canadian Licensing Activity Survey Summaries — quantitative data and real-world examples about licensing activities at U.S. and Canadian universities, hospitals and research institutions.

FY 2007 Licensing Activity Survey
2007 U.S. and Canadian Licensing Activity Survey Summaries — quantitative data and real-world examples about licensing activities at U.S. and Canadian universities, hospitals and research institutions.

FY 2006 Licensing Activity Survey
2006 U.S. and Canadian Licensing Activity Survey Summaries and Full Report — quantitative data and real-world examples about licensing activities at U.S. and Canadian universities, hospitals and research institutions.

FY 2005 Licensing Survey
2005 U.S. and Canadian Licensing Surveys Summariess and Full Report— quantitative data and real-world examples about licensing activities at U.S. and Canadian universities, hospitals and research institutions.

FY 2004 Licensing Survey
Two-hundred thirty-two U.S. and Canadian organizations report that 635 new products were introduced in 2004, 462 startup companies were launched, and individuals — not institutional money — funded nearly 50 percent of all startups. FY 2004 also is the first year that AUTM has produced two completely separate reports for the U.S. and Canada.

FY 2003 Licensing Survey
For the first time, the FY 2003 Survey Summary includes separate sections for the U.S. and Canada, allowing for greater consideration of each country. The Survey Summary also features more product stories than ever before, highlighting 25 products based on research that reached major milestones in 2003. These stories go beyond the numbers to explain the history and public benefit of cutting-edge products.

FY 2002 Licensing Survey
This publication marks the twelfth year for which AUTM has collected data on licensing activities from its academic constituency. Two hundred and twenty-two (222) organizations responded to the Survey, an increase of 24 over 2001. Results indicate that 569 new commercial products were introduced to the marketplace in fiscal year 2002.

FY 2001 Licensing Survey
In its eleventh year, 198 organizations responded to the Survey and indicated that at least 358 new commercial products were introduced to the marketplace. Six hundred twenty-two (622) of the licenses went to 494 start-up companies.

FY 2000 Licensing Survey
One hundred ninety (190) U.S. and Canadian organizations responded to the 2000 Survey, indicating at least 347 new commercial products. Six hundred twenty-six (626) of the licenses went to 454 start-up companies created to develop and commercialize the results of academic research.

FY 1999 Licensing Survey
This publication marks the ninth year for AUTM collected data from 190 organizations, showing that at least 417 new products were introduced from 98 institutions this year. The licenses generated $40.9 billion in economic activity and supported 270,900 jobs in FY 1999.

FY 1998 Licensing Survey
This publication marks the eighth year for which AUTM has collected data on licensing activities, this year from 179 organizations. Fiscal Year 1998 results show that at least 385 new products were introduced this year.

FY 1997 Licensing Survey
This publication marks the seventh year AUTM has collected data on licensing activities and shows continued growth in activity from 175 organizations in essentially all parameters surveyed. This reflects the sustained effort of academic institutions to license the rights to their inventions to the commercial sector.

FY 1996 Licensing Survey
This sixth edition of the AUTM Licensing Survey, combined with the five-year report, provides a historical record of licensing-related parameters from FY 1991 - FY 1996 that are intended to measure the factors that influence the licensing process.

FY 1991-1995 Licensing Survey
This report is a milestone in the series of statistical surveys performed by AUTM. As a five-year comprehensive report, this volume contains data for the fifth consecutive year of data collection combined with information gathered over the previous four years. In addition, there is a more detailed presentation of data in various summaries intended to examine important results over the five-year time period and across groupings of institutions.