Corporate and Business Funding
The Innovation Hub for AgBio located at MSU offers new funding opportunities for the commercialization of AgBio technologies through the availability of Tier II Starter and Tier I Full Grants.
The deadline for the next round of starting funding will be announced soon.
In addition to applying for MTRAC AgBio funding, researchers may also apply to other MTRAC Innovation Hubs in Michigan, including Life Sciences, Advanced Applied Materials, and Transportation.
TSGTD provides funding for the enhancement, optimization and/or other development of selected technologies that have commercial potential as identified by MSUT Management and Technology Managers. Researchers interested in participating can contact their tech manager to learn more.
The MSU Innovation Center is proud to manage and administer the ADVANCE Grant Program sponsored by Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) on behalf of all public universities throughout the State of Michigan. The ADVANCE Grant program, like MTRAC, will provide a strong incentive for faculty with early stage technologies at the Michigan public universities to engage with their university’s TTO and commercialization activities.
This US Small Business Administration (SBA) Office of Technology administers the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program and the Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Program. These programs are awarded to small businesses and therefore faculty researchers must collaborate with a small company in order to participate.
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