Technology Transfer Offices In Alabama

The University of Alabama Office for Technology Transfer (OTT) is primarily responsible for commercializing the innovations generated by UA faculty, staff and students, either through licenses to industry partners or via the formation of spin-off enterprises based on UA technologies.

The Office of Commercialization and Industry Collaboration (OCIC) works with members of the University of South Alabama community to deliver their discoveries from concept to commerce to benefit the University, the inventors and the public.

Bill L. Harbert Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship strives to be a first-in-class institution created to serve as the nexus for UAB innovation, entrepreneurial educational models, applied research, management of intellectual property and an entry point for industries seeking to collaborate with UAB, our world-class university. Read more

The Office of Innovation Advancement and Commercialization (IAC) serves as the link between the commercial marketplace and Auburn University faculty. IAC offers Auburn researchers expertise and guidance regarding the protection of intellectual property, including patents and copyrights, and in seeking licensing agreements with commercial entities to take Auburn research developments into the marketplace for the public benefit.

The UAH Office of Technology Commercialization proactively promotes and supports a culture of learning and innovation at UAH by creating and capitalizing on commercial opportunities that benefit our constituents.

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