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Tag Archives: technology incubation
New IC² Institute program in India seeks Director and Program Manager. More
The Austin Technology Incubator has partnered with Austin Community College to create a unique wet lab facility for bioscience startups. More
Today the IC² Institute’s Austin Technology Incubator launched a water technology incubator called ATI Water to accelerate the development of innovative water startups. More
The IC² Institute’s Global Commercialization Group has begun a multi-year program to develop the Andhra Pradesh Incubation Center. More
The Austin Technology Incubator has won a DOE award to form a new clean energy incubator network serving rural and urban entrepreneurs across Texas and New Mexico. More
The Austin Technology Incubator (ATI) generated 6,520 jobs and produced $880 million in economic benefit for Texas during the past decade, according to a new study of the business incubator’s success. More
The Austin Technology Incubator (ATI) is the business incubator of the IC² Institute at The University of Texas at Austin. ATI works with seed- and pre-seed-stage technology startups, helping to prepare these businesses for commercial success. This study estimated the … More
Feasibility study for the development of a wet-laboratory incubator in Austin, Texas, conducted by the Austin Technology Incubator. Constitutes the final report for Economic Development Administration Grant F08-06-04600. Investigates the hypothesis that, due to a shortage of commercial wet laboratories … More
The University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy, the Austin Technology Incubator (ATI) and the city of Austin have announced the creation of the UTech Dorm Room, a cooperative research laboratory designed to provide laboratory space for entrepreneurs to … More
This report includes a feasibility analysis for establishing an incubator in Cedar Park, Texas, development of a strategy for increasing the number of entrepreneurs, and identification of approaches for cooperation between the community and nearby educational institutions.