The Tech Transfer office commercializes technology developed at the University of Michigan. However, the Tech Transfer office is also committed to creating an innovative and entrepreneurial campus. As a result, U-M Tech Transfer helps student entrepreneurs even when their Intellectual Property is not owned by U-M. Here are a few ways we help students. We:
If you have created an invention that is University owned, call for assistance with start-ups, licensing and other issues. To determine if your invention is owned by U-M, read the section describing student ownership in the U-M Tech Transfer Policy, Section II, D, entitled, Student Ownership Policy and contact Wes Huffstutter, Student Entrepreneurship Manager, for guidance.
Tech Transfer is committed to promoting and creating an environment that helps start, establish and grow technology ventures. We place U-M technology in classes, work with student-initiated ventures and offer internships to learn about technology commercialization hands-on though our TechStart program. [More]
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