Six institutions have been selected to promote the commercialization of researchers in the GTIE GAP Fund Program.
Currently, the Greater Tokyo Innovation Ecosystem (GTIE) (“GTIE”) is accepting applications for its entrepreneurial activity support program (GAP Fund Program), which targets research and development proposals and business development by researchers belonging to GTIE’s lead and start-up collaborating institutions.
The GTIE commercialization promotion organizations (candidates) selected this time will promote R&D activities aiming at starting a business or acquiring the next stage of R&D funds (JST, NEDO, etc.) together with researchers selected for the GTIE GAP Fund.
(Reference) Participating universities in the GTIE platform (16 universities)
The University of Tokyo Waseda University Tokyo Institute of Technology University of Tsukuba
Chiba University Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Yokohama City University Kanagawa University of Health and Welfare
Tokyo Medical and Dental University Keio University Tokyo Metropolitan University Shibaura Institute of Technology
Tokyo University of Science Ibaraki University The University of Electro-Communications Tokai University
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＜GTIE Tokyo Institute of Technology Secretariat
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Innovation Design Organization, Research and Industry-Academia Collaboration Division