The 12-week medtech and digital health accelerator is also being supported by medical care provider Hartford HealthCare and will onboard its first ten startups in June 2019.
The first cohort of TechNovum will feature five-to-eight inventors from the institute whose concepts have been sanctioned by its tech transfer office’s 12-week validation process.
SparkLabs Frontier-ASU will be open to student and alumni-led startups, providing an initial cohort of six-to-eight with training, mentoring and opportunities to secure funding.
TechNovum will run from June to October 2019, providing the UTS institute’s faculty with assistance in validating their biomedical propositions for the market.
The UTokyo IPC 1st Round accelerator is being supported by six corporates, providing 10 startups each year with the chance to receive up to $900,000 in funding.
IT Inkubator at University of Saarland will open its program to researchers across Germany, who will however have to join the existing facilities in Saarbrücken.