The James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland has been awarded $3.8m for tech transfer by the Maryland Industrial Partnerships Programme (MIPS).

The funding will be used to boost 17 projects inside the university with the aim of bringing technologies being developed by the teams closer to market.

MIPS, a technology acceleration programme from the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute (Mtech), is supplying $1.5m with the remaining $2.3m coming from partner companies.

Over the next five years, the…

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