TRANSMIT GMBH – SYSTEM PARTNER FOR INNOVATION
Since 1996, TransMIT GmbH, with its around 160 employees, has been tapping and marketing the innovation potential of numerous scientists from several research institutions in and outside the German federal state of Hesse at the intersection of science and business. More than 160 TransMIT centres offer innovative products, technologies and services as well as continuing education events from almost all disciplines under professional scientific leadership, drawn directly from the three shareholder universities of TransMIT GmbH (Justus Liebig University Giessen, University of Applied Sciences Mittelhessen (THM) and Philipps University Marburg
EXPERT KNOWLEDGE AND DEVELOPMENT COMPETENCE
The patent commercialisation business unit identifies and evaluates product ideas and research results on behalf of customers and offers them for licensing or purchase worldwide. The portfolio of services covers all fields of technology. This offer is complemented by services for holistic innovation management from idea to market-ready product in the business segment Managed Innovation Services (MIS), in particular funding consultancy and project management for small and medium-sized enterprises. In addition, the business segment Cooperation Networks & New Markets initiates and supports networks between SMEs that whish to proactively develop further
GO-BIO-INITIAL – FOR A SUCCESSFUL START
With the Go-Bio initial funding initiative, the BMBF supports the identification and further development of new project ideas and research approaches from the natural and life sciences with recognisable innovation potential. The focus is particularly on ideas and inventions from the fields of therapeutics, diagnostics, research tools and platform technologies.
The programme is aimed at scientists from the three universities in Central Hesse, who are in a phase of professional (re)orientation: graduate students, PhD students and postdocs, who want to develop their applicable ideas or inventions further, ideally to the point of commercialisation and could imagine starting their own company, as well as experienced professionals who are looking for a new perspective.
Further information: www.transmit.de