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We transfer Dartmouth technology

to benefit the world.

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SynchroHealth, a startup co-founded by Dartmouth Engineering professor Ryan Halter, was awarded a $1.8 million Phase II Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant from NIH's National Institute on Aging.

Generate Biomedicines, co-founded by Dartmouth's Dr. Gevorg Grigoryan, closes Series C financing round with $273M raised.
Our Mission

Our mission is to transfer Dartmouth technology innovation to benefit the world, attract and retain world-class faculty and researchers, and generate and distribute revenue by commercializing Dartmouth technology.

Patent/Licensing/Transfer Expertise for Faculty and Researchers

Are you a faculty member, researcher, post-doc, or grad student who:

  • Has an invention or discovery you'd like to patent?

  • Wants to start your own company to develop your Dartmouth research results?

  • Needs to transfer research materials into or out of Dartmouth?

  • Wonders about your rights as an inventor?

Are you an industry partner looking to license Dartmouth technology or collaborate with Dartmouth researchers?

We've got you covered. Browse our menus at the top of the page, or send us an email at technology.transfer@dartmouth.edu

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