Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, the Institute supports technologies developed and licensed from a Florida public university or private research institution that has received public funding.
No, the Institute works with companies in formation as directed by the technology transfer offices of the partner institutions. If you are a researcher wondering if your technology has commercial potential, or are wishing to form a company, contact your technology licensing office and they will work with you to determine the best course of action and when to contact the Institute for support.
Yes, the Institute provides seed funding to qualified companies through the Seed Capital Accelerator Program, and also works with local investors, federal and state funding programs, and others to find funding for new ventures.
Maybe. These opportunities will be reviewed on a case by case basis in consultation with the appropriate licensing office.
No, that is the job of the technology licensing office at your institution.