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  • Florida Atlantic University Technology Development
    The Florida Atlantic University Technology Development office serves as a catalyst bridging the laboratory to industry, ensuring that promising new technologies are developed into products and services that benefit society and transform the world. They strive to foster strategic win-win collaborations with industry through licensing, sponsored research and new venture agreements. 
  • University of Central Florida Office of Technology Transfer
    The OTT team brings UCF discoveries to the marketplace through intellectual property protection, marketing and licensing processes. The office connects UCF researchers and their innovations with companies and entrepreneurs to take the technology to market. 
  • University of Florida Office of Technology Licensing
    The Office of Technology Licensing (OTL) at the University of Florida works with UF employee inventors with potentially patentable or copyrightable technologies and to facilitate the transfer of technologies created at UF to the commercial sector for public benefit. They are dedicated to assisting employees who feel they have something new and useful,  that is potentially patentable or copyrightable. 
  • University of South Florida Technology Transfer Office
    The TTO works with researchers and students in every college to ready new inventions for the patenting process and potential licensing opportunities. TTO's work allows for a sustained focus on transferring cutting-edge research and innovation to the commercial marketplace, generating revenue and diversifying the economy. 
  • University of West Florida Technology Transfer
    Researchers in every college at UWF formulate ideas that command research grants and other funding. RSP monitors this research for potential patent and licensing opportunities, with the result that a discovery made with funding this year can result in a licensable technology within 2-3 years. UWF technology transfer resources include external commercialization consultants, a patent attorney, and other researchers.
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Members of the BioFlorida network include emerging and established life science companies, universities, research institutions, hospitals, medical centers, incubators, economic development agencies, investors and service providers.


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