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Program is designed to prepare scientists and engineers to extend their focus beyond the laboratory and to accelerate the transfer of cutting-edge, NSF-funded research into commercial success.

Funding research applications in advanced transportation materials, robotics and autonomy, sensors, electric vehicle drivetrain, propulsion, software, controls, data, and advanced manufacturing processes.

Investment in biomedical startup companies with U-M licenses IP in the domain of therapeutics, devices, diagnostics, or health IT. This fund is exclusively for biomedical startups or companies with U-M IP or license.

A commercialization fund that seeks to accelerate the development of university technologies into new products to improve health care.

U-M Clinical Professor of Law, Dana Thompson, leads you through a customized video series built specifically for you after answering three simple questions to help you weigh the different factors that arise when creating your business entity.

U-M Law Professor, Bryce Pilz, guides entrepreneurs through the important concepts of intellectual property covering over over 60 topics, including patents, copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets.

Research Scientist, Travis Thompson, and the I-Corps Node discuss building a business case, mapping an ecosystem, and doing basic customer discovery in this series.