The FLC proudly partners with like-minded government, industry, and academic organizations aimed at accelerating federal technology transfer.
Through sharing communicative efforts in print and online publications, social media, exhibit space, and other means, the FLC and its partners work to provide valuable resources and support to all members of the T2 community.
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AUTM, whose 3,000 members represent more than 800 institutions, works to support and advance technology transfer worldwide. University tech transfer powers the innovation economy, creating jobs, saving and enhancing lives, improving productivity and offering solutions to environmental challenges. By moving discoveries from basic research laboratories to commercial partners capable of transforming the inventions into beneficial products and services, tech transfer makes the world a better place.
CO-LABS connects technologists to manifest scientific discoveries improving the world. Colorado has over 30 federal taxpayer-funded scientific research labs ranging from agriculture to aerospace, geology to GPS, extreme weather to quantum physics, even wildlife biology to ice cores, and more. CO-LABS' mission is to keep labs funded and keep them in Colorado!
Development Capital Networks (DCN) seeds the growth of entrepreneurs by attracting technology, capital, and talent to help communities build innovation economies. DCN is a specialized firm focused on driving economic development with market-based solutions. They collaborate with Cimarron Capital Partners, a manager of targeted venture fund investments, and Innovate, Inc., a nonprofit that facilitates technology transfer. The in-depth experience of our national team is combined with local talent in the communities we serve as well as an extensive network of innovators and investors.
The Los Alamos Commerce and Development Corporation (LACDC) is a private not-for-profit 501(c)6 organization that has been active in Los Alamos, New Mexico since 1983. Our mission is to build a vibrant community through a thriving economy by leveraging public and private sector investment to achieve sustainable economic development.
MSET is the state's hub for advocacy, business development, and connectivity for the Stennis Space Center and the South Mississippi Space and Defense Ecosystem.
Formed through a joint effort between the State of Mississippi, NASA, and the Mississippi institutions of higher learning, MSET is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that facilitates regional economic development by leveraging the resources of Stennis Space Center, the State, and the region.
Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation (MCEDC) helps find what you need for business success in Montgomery County, Maryland. As a public/private partnership, they collaborate with County and State officials along with private companies to help connect you to resources, site selection, funding, incentives, permitting and more. MCEDC is your gateway to partnerships with County and State officials; information on incentives, tax credits and programs; helps to conduct a business entity search or find business support or loans for specialized minority-owned, women-owned, or veteran-owned businesses. MCEDC is a ‘go-to’ resource that links the local and regional workforce pipeline to companies to fuel success.
The Commission on Science, Innovation and Technology (CSIT) is responsible for strengthening the innovation economy within New Jersey, encouraging collaboration and connectivity between industry and academia and the translation of innovations into successful high growth businesses. CSIT has been established to exercise oversight for the responsibility of implementing, evaluating, and formulating long-range plans and programs for science, innovation, and technology in New Jersey.
New Mexico (NM) LEEP matches entrepreneurs with seed capital, a large network of mentors, customers, and investors and the unique expertise and resources of Los Alamos and Sandia National Laboratories. NM LEEP strives to foster a diverse and inclusive program by creating a process that solicits a range of innovators from universities, accelerators, and other organizations around the country, and from across numerous technology areas.
The goal of Rockville Economic Development, Inc. (REDI) is economic development by providing resources and assistance to businesses and entrepreneurs in Rockville, Maryland, as well as support to women entrepreneurs in the Maryland Capital Region through its SBA certified program, the Maryland Women Business Center. The FLC and REDI as partners aim to build stronger relationships between federal laboratories and industry, and particularly small businesses, that help move research to the marketplace for the public good.
The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs are highly competitive programs that encourage domestic small businesses to engage in Federal Research/Research and Development (R/R&D) with the potential for commercialization.
A national nonprofit organization, SSTI offers information and services that are needed to succeed in today's innovation economy. SSTI strives to maximize the capacity of members to deliver successful outcomes within the context of the complex innovation communities in which they participate.
TEDCO is leading innovation to market. TEDCO provides funding, resources and connections that early-stage technology and life sciences companies need to thrive in Maryland. TEDCO’s mission is to Enhance economic empowerment by fostering an inclusive and entrepreneurial innovation ecosystem. Identify, invest in, and help grow technology companies in Maryland.
UNM Rainforest Innovations (formerly known as the STC.UNM and Science & Technology Corporation @ UNM) is a nonprofit corporation formed and owned entirely by the University of New Mexico Board of Regents (UNM). UNM Rainforest Innovations a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation with an independent board of directors. Located at the Lobo Rainforest Building in the heart of the Innovation District in Albuquerque, New Mexico, UNM Rainforest Innovations has proximity to research and development and laboratory facilities and other technology based companies, many of which are the creation of UNM Rainforest Innovations.
The Water Council is a global hub dedicated to solving critical water challenges by driving innovation in freshwater technology and advancing water stewardship, from their headquarters at the Global Water Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Water Council also promotes water stewardship as a natural complement to water innovation.
Xelevate is the first physical drone/UAS ecosystem, with proximity to Washington DC. Xelevate’s mission is simple: Safe and secure drone/UAS engagement, innovation, cultural acceptance, and generational advancement can only be accomplished by assisting industry, commercial entities, government agencies, local communities, public safety, and academia.