About Technology Transfer Opportunities
If you are seeking technologies available for licensing at various academic institutions, federal labs and small businesses seeking a commercialization partner, start exploring technology transfer opportunities at the University of Minnesota, Mayo Clinic and the Federal Laboratory Consortium. SBIR/STTR funding can be the next source of capital to continue the commercialization of the technology.
Federal Technology Transfer Opportunities
Technology transfer is the process by which existing knowledge, facilities, or capabilities developed under federal research and development funding are utilized to fulfill public and private needs. Watch this video to learn about technology transfer opportunities from a federal laboratory. Federal Laboratory Consortium
University of Minnesota, Office for Technology Commercialization
To learn about the technology transfer process, the Association of University Technology Managers describes technology transfer in this short video transferring technology.
Our portfolio of inventions provides a searchable listing of available technologies, developed by the world-renowned faculty at the University of Minnesota. We have categorized these inventions into Agriculture and Horticulture, Life Sciences, Physical Engineering Sciences and Software and Information Technologies. Each technology listing includes a technology description and contact information for the appropriate Technology Marketing Manager. Additionally, some technologies may be licensed, non-exclusively, online. These agreements have standard terms and conditions that enable immediate licensing using a credit card. University of Minnesota, Office of Technology Commercialization
Mayo Clinic Ventures
With hundreds of new disclosures each year from every facet of Mayo Clinic’s practice, Mayo Clinic Ventures is always looking for partners to help bring these inventions to the marketplace. Find specific technologies by searching with keywords above or by browsing in the categories to the right. We also provide summaries of selected technologies and their stages of development in the following sectors: