von Liebig Entrepreneurism Center
Proof of Concept Funding
The von Liebig Center works with government, foundation and industry sponsors to encourage university innovation in specific industry sectors through our Technology Acceleration Programs (TAPs). Regional university inventors are invited to compete for proof-of-concept grants and business mentoring from von Liebig advisors. Faculty or graduate student applicants present their commercialization plans to a panel of industry sector experts, and the most promising technologies and innovation teams receive von Liebig TAPs awards for one year.
Current Funding Opportunities
IEM/Rady Commercialization Project
The Institute of Engineering a Medicine and the Rady School of Management are pleased to announce the launch of the IEM/Rady Commercialization Project sponsored by the von Liebig Entrepreneurism Center at UC San Diego.
IEM/Rady teams that receive this award will get up to $10,000 in funding, have the opportunity to work with von Liebig Center's Business Advisors to develop a commercialization strategy for their inventions, and design proof of concept studies that will demonstrate market relevance for their research. In addition, selected recipients may have access to services and expertise from UC San Diego's Clinical and Translational Research Institution CTRI affiliated faculty.
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