The University of Michigan Venture Accelerator is located at the North Campus Research Complex (NCRC) and provides space and resources for new businesses based on U-M technology.
The Venture Accelerator will provide laboratory and office space, as well as business services, to start-up companies emerging from the pipeline of new ventures at U-M Tech Transfer. The accelerator will occupy 16,000 square feet at the sprawling 174-acre, 30-building NCRC, the former Pfizer pharmaceutical property purchased by the university in 2009.
“This new accelerator, positioned with the Office of Technology Transfer and the Business Engagement Center, sends a powerful message of our intent to make the North Campus Research Complex the center for partnerships in U-M’s ever-expanding world of engagement,” said U-M President Mary Sue Coleman.
Click here to learn more about University of Michigan’s Business Engagement Center.
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