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    Innovation Never Stops.

    UConn inventors are leveraging their specialties and facilities in the fight against COVID-19.

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Breakthrough Research. Cutting Edge Innovation.

Under the umbrella of UConn’s Office of the Vice President for Research, Technology Commercialization Services (TCS) works with innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, and industry partners to transform UConn discoveries into products, companies, and jobs that benefit society and fuel economic development. Through a coordinated approach between tech transfer, licensing, and startup teams, TCS provides service that enables success for faculty, business, Connecticut, and beyond.


Report a New Discovery

Think you might have made a discovery with commercialization potential? Submit an invention disclosure and a member of the TCS team will evaluate your technology and guide you through next steps.

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Our online portfolio of inventions provides a searchable listing of technologies developed by UConn’s world-renowned faculty that are available for licensing or venture development. Search by keyword, topic, or faculty.

Launch a Startup

Whether you're a UConn faculty or an entrepreneur who wants to take advantage of the world-class resources available at UConn, TCS can help connect you with the people, resources, and programs to help your business succeed.

Patents granted based on UConn innovations

$12.8 million
Annual corporate sponsored research

$463 million
Funding raised by UConn incubator companies


Collaboration to Tackle Rare Disease

Through a newly announced exclusive licensing agreement and research collaboration, Chamberlain and fellow UConn School of Medicine researcher Noelle Germain are now working with biopharmaceutical company Ovid Therapeutics Inc. on a promising genetic therapy for Angelman Syndrome.

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