New Ventures with Texas A&M: Start-ups, Spin-outs, and Research Commercialization

Updated: Apr 24

The New Ventures staff at Texas A&M works with researchers to create or spin-out companies. These companies center around new ideas or technologies produced within the university. The company then seeks funding from private investors to help connect the research to building a product.


Spin-outs are a way for Texas A&M to produce new products for the public and also create economic development for the community, State of Texas, and beyond.


Texas A&M Technology Commercialization supports the commercial development of research to enhance education, research, and public service missions, as well as to protect the academic freedom of faculty pursuing research. TTC provides a startup guide on their website for those looking to form a start-up company with TTC.


To download the full guide, click here.


As the TTC website states, spin-outs are another way for Texas A&M to get the new products to the public and also create wealth through the resulting economic development for the community, State of Texas, and the Nation.

  • For the researchers, TTC is often the solution to getting technology to the marketplace to benefit society.

  • For angel investors and venture capitalists, TTC offers an opportunity to invest in leading-edge, innovative technologies.

  • For industry, TTC offers a new venture that will develop a technology to a proven state ready for you to acquire.

  • For experienced qualified CEOs, TTC offers an opportunity to head a new company.

Texas A&M TTC provides a list of startups developed within the program.




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