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Technology Transfer Center of the National Cancer Institute

Co-Development & Resources

The National Cancer Institute's Technology Transfer Center (TTC) recognizes the importance of co-development in order to translate basic science discoveries to benefit public health. Formal collaborative agreements are established with industry, academia, and non-profits to facilitate co-development through the exchange and development of research materials, knowledge, and technology in support of the NIH mission.

Access to expertise and resources for co-development in the fields of oncology, aging, neurology, alternative medicine, vision, child health, drug abuse, and many others is available.

View examples of Success Stories in About TTC.

Technologies are also available for licensing through the NIH Office of Technology Transfer.

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