Who we are
Technology Transfer & Business Incubation Center (TTBIC) was established in accordance with the Fundamental Science and Technology
Act in 1997 for managing the intellectual property assets of National Cheng Kung University. At TTBIC, our charter is to help turn scientific
progress into tangible products, while returning income to the inventor and to the University to support further research. Today,
TTBIC has close to 30 staff members with 3 researchers with Ph.D. degree and 1 in-house lawyer. A satellite office with officers
specialized in biotech was setup in medical school to better serve the medical community in NCKU.
What we do
An array of service is provided to school faculty including IP management, legal consult, technology transfer and startup incubation. Our
main responsibility is to license technology and intellectual patents to established companies and startups. We also assist with domestic
and international industry-sponsored research agreements, material transfer contracts and other research agreements with a significant
intellectual property component.
UN Sustainable Development Goals
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. Our work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
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