Submit an Article
Have a technology or commercialization story you would like to tell? We want your stories. We strongly recommend photos and graphics to accompany stories.
Look below the submission form for a list of the recurring sections of FLC NewsLink to guide you in the submission process. It is only a guide; articles outside of these themes are also welcome and encouraged.
|January||Communications||18 December 2014|
|February||Defense/Homeland Security||23 January 2015|
|March||Assistive Technology||20 February 2015|
|April/May (combined issue)||Environmental||26 March 2015|
|June||Nanotechnology||22 May 2015|
|July||Manufacturing||23 June 2015|
|August||Energy||24 July 2015|
|September||Transportation||24 August 2015|
|October/November (combined issue)||Agriculture||24 September 2015|
|December||Health||20 November 2015|
You can either write the story yourself or the FLC NewsLink editorial staff can write your story based on information that you provide. You can submit stories or suggestions in four ways:
- Send the story via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Send the story via mail to: FLC Management Support Office, 950 North Kings Highway, Suite 105, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
- Send the story via fax to 856-667-8009
- Call Lauren Pafumi at 856-667-7727
Please submit descriptions along with any images you provide. All images must be a minimum of 72 dpi.
FLC NewsLink Section Guidelines
Lab News: These short articles (1-3 paragraphs) highlight news of interest regarding federal laboratory technology transfer. Possible topics include: awards received, milestones reached, major personnel or lab changes, new equipment/facilities, upcoming events, new publications/services, etc.
Featured Lab: These are feature-length articles highlighting the services, facilities, efforts, expertise, and technology areas of a specific laboratory or research center. Length should be 700-1500 words.
Lab Spotlight: These short pieces pinpoint specific innovative activities or features at a federal laboratory, generally relating to the month’s theme. A good image is a key component of these pieces.
Ready for Transfer: These short articles (approximately 200 words) highlight technologies available for licensing/commercialization from federal labs. The preferred format is: short description of the technology, its benefits/advantages, and its potential applications. Be sure to include a point of contact—either a website or a person’s name, telephone number, and email address.
Tech Transfer Works: These longer articles (400-500 words) focus on successful transfers from federal labs to the private sector or state and local government. These stories should describe the technology transferred, its original use, how it is being used, tech transfer mechanisms used, and the benefits to the recipient(s) and society. If possible, please include comments on lessons learned or quotes from involved parties. These stories should relate to the technology focus area for the month, but timely stories are also accepted.
Upcoming Events/T2 Events: These brief articles describe upcoming meetings of interest to tech transfer personnel. Please provide the name of the meeting, date, location, theme, sponsor(s), a few sentences describing the meeting/event, and a point of contact—either a website address or a person’s name, phone number, and email.
Feature Articles: The FLC NewsLink editorial staff is also searching for suggestions for feature story ideas. If you have a story idea, contact the FLC Management Support Office.