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Office of Technology Commercialization

Texas A&M Technology Commercialization’s mission is to encourage broad practical application of System research for public benefit; to encourage and assist those associated with the System in the protection, licensing and commercialization of their discoveries; to ensure the equitable distribution of royalties and other monetary benefits resulting from the commercial application of intellectual property; and to see that commercialization activities benefit the research, education and outreach missions of the System into the future.

The TTC provides the link between the laboratories where innovative new technologies are being developed and industry partners that will bring them to fruition as a product. TTC protects these new innovations, developed by A&M System researchers, through patents and copyrights and seeks to transfer the intellectual property to industry by royalty-bearing license agreements for commercial products that result in economic development and public benefit.  The TTC interacts with hundreds of companies each year as it seeks to find commercial partners to commercialize A&M System innovations. As a result, more than 1100+ license agreements have been executed since the TTC was established in 1992.

TEEX Product Development Center

TEEX Product Development Center (PDC) provides access to all of these resources and more, making it easy to put the Texas A&M University System to work for you. We engineered a process that helps manufacturers, product developers, inventors and private entities take products to the market place to foster innovation and product development.

 Brazos Valley Economic Development Corporation

BVEDC LOGO RGBLocated in the center of the Texas Triangle that is Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio, Brazos Valley is an emerging 21st century North American community. Anchored by the cities Bryan and College Station, and Brazos County, Brazos Valley is truly one community. Energized by the awesome resources of The Texas A&M University System, its flagship Texas A&M University, and the emerging Texas A&M Health Science Center, Brazos Valley is a unique place where innovation, traditions, and values are core to its culture and its future. With the guidance of Brazos Valley Economic Development Corporation helping to advance economic development in the area, The Research Valley is fast becoming the Innovation Capital of Texas.