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TechFounders Program at Technical University Munich
The Technical University Munich (TUM) is one of the biggest Universities of Technology in Germany with 40,000 students enrolled and a staff of 10,000. Core research areas are engineering, natural sciences and medicine but many areas are covered too.
Success for SMEs on the Invest Horizon programme
The European Commission recognises that SME economic growth, innovation, job creation, and social integration are critical factors in the continued success of the sector and seek to better integrate and serve the needs of the SME.
Proof-of-Concept funding at University College London (UCL Business)
Founded in 1989, UCL Business plc is the technology transfer company of University College London and several hospitals of the National Hospital System in the UK and has more than 40 employees.
Proof-of-concept funding at the Universities of Basel, Bern and Zurich
One of the main challenges faced by Unitectra from the moment of its establishment was to effectively manage the provision of technology commercialization services and proof-of-concept funding to multiple universities, hospitals and research institutions.
Proof-of-concept funding and technology assessment at KTH RIT
Established in 1827, KTH Royal Institute of Technology is the largest and oldest technical university in Sweden. KTH has more than 18,000 students and about 5,000 employees, including nearly 300 professors.
Proof-of-Concept funding and Green Light Start-up Accelerator at TUO
VSB Technical University of Ostrava (VSB-TUO) was founded 1849. It has an academic staff of 670 and 24.000 enrolled students and is a university specialized in mining, engineering, environmental sciences and nano technology.
Not-for-profit fund at Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Since its inception in 2003, NTNU-TT has brought together a diverse team of 30 professionals with various backgrounds and expertise in different disciplines including engineering, medicine, natural sciences, social sciences, finance and law.
NIK Seed Funds at Bergen University
The BTO team consists of 30 highly skilled and experienced people covering the full range of technology transfer services from securing IP to commercialization activities. A particular focus is on business development and start-up support.