The Technology Transfer Office at the Office for Research Services and Career Development promotes the transfer of University technologies to industry.

We can advise and help on and all options for technology commercialisation, whether by sale or licensing of materials or intellectual property, or by establishing a new company (start-up) based on the technology. Revenue generated is used for the University to invest in further research.

If you are interested in learning more please contact us at techtransfer@univie.ac.at.

Inventions

If you have created something new and feel it may have commercial value, the TTO can apply for a patent or similar protection.

Industry collaborations

We also arrange for non-disclosure agreements between companies and other universities.

Software and other IP

Software and other non-inventive Intellectual Property (IP) can still be commercialised.

University Spin-Offs

Find a selection of success stories from the fields of innovation, knowledge and technology transfer.

MTAs

If you wish to transfer materials for your research we will arange for this on your behalf.

Techn Transfer Networks

Find out more about our membership in technology transfer networks, such as ASTP-PROTON, UIIN and IN-PART.

 News

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02.08.2016
 

University of Vienna scientists develop new technique for efficient peptide glycosylation

Ein Team um Christian F. W. Becker vom Institut für Biologische Chemie der Universität Wien hat eine neue Methode entwickelt, die den schnellen Zugang...

02.08.2016
 

University of Vienna joins the Ximbio Community

The University of Vienna has partnered with Ximbio, part of Cancer Research Technology (the development and commercialisation arm of Cancer Research...

02.08.2016
 

Tom Withnell - nominated as UINN featured member

Our Tech Transfer team member Tom Withnell has been nominated as a UIIN (University Industry Innovation Network) featured member.

02.08.2016
 

Universität Wien bei Prototypenförderung dreifach erfolgreich

RNA- und Parkinson-Forschung an den Max F. Perutz Laboratories, Pharmakognosie-Projekt in Kooperation mit TU Wien ausgezeichnet

01.08.2016
 

University of Vienna green technology start-up ab&cd innovations seeks crowdfunding investments

ab&cd innovations entwickelt und vermarktet umweltschonende Verfahren, um aus industriellen Nebenprodukten begehrte Wertstoffe zu schaffen, die z.B....

28.10.2014
 

Die erfolgreiche Behandlung von Erkrankungen wie Krebs erfordert besonders effiziente Arzneimittel. Forscher am Department für Pharmazeutische Chemie...

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