Quoting from the Boulder County Business Report:
"BOULDER - Eleven new members have been added to the University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office's Business Advisory Board.
The tech transfer office facilitates the movement of CU technologies from the research lab to the marketplace. The Business Advisory Board plays an important part in assessing the tech transfer office's performance, advising on new initiatives, providing access to the technology business community and advocating for resources needed to build a world-class technology transfer operation at CU.
New board members include:
Shannon Golden-Shubert, partner and co-founder at Life + Tech Law.
Doug Henston, renewable energy entrepreneur.
Paul Nelson, managing director at Clean Range Ventures.
Rex R. O'Neal, partner at Faegre & Benson LLP; co-chairman of the firm's emerging companies practice and new energy, clean technology and climate initiative.
Misha Plam, founder of BiOptix and AmideBio.
Holli Riebel, president and chief executive of the Colorado BioScience Association.
John Ryan, partner at medical technology firm Onset Ventures.
Chris Shapard, executive director of the Colorado Cleantech Industry Association.
Laura Simon, director of UC Denver's Office of BioPharma Alliances.
Fintan R. Steele, associate director at CU-Boulder's Colorado Initiative in Molecular Biotechnology.
Trent Yang, director of entrepreneurship and business development at the CU-Boulder Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute.
Link to bcbr.com