University of Toledo Forms $10M Investment Fund to Bolster Research Commercialization | GenomeWeb
The University of Toledo has committed $10 million to its non-profit regional economic-development and tech-commercialization arm to establish a fund that will invest in university technologies that have commercial promise, school officials said recently.
 
The fund, which will be derived primarily from revenues generated through auxiliary services on the UT campus, will likely support federal grant-matching programs and proof-of-concept awards to speed commercialization of UT research, according to the university.

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