Interactions with investigators and industry provide a pathway for translational research and commercialization. If you want to know more about how the process works and how your submission will be handled, read over the CHW IP Policy and the steps to commercialization. To contact us, click here. For information about CHW's Policy on Intellectual Property, click here
CHW Intellectual Property Policy (130.1.001)
CHW's Intellectual Property Policy (130.1.001) describes how creative works developed within CHW are viewed, handled, managed and shared.
Support Entrepreneurial Employee Development Grants (SEED)
A limited number of SEED grants are available each year to CHW employees and related CHW constituencies. SEED grants are rarely for more than $20,000 each, but multiple awards are made to those needing help to create a proof of concept, a prototype or similar advancement of early stage commercially viable processes, devices, materials or methods. For more information see the Request for Proposal form.
Request for Proposal
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