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A team dedicated to supporting all aspects of corporate partnerships from research collaborations, to corporate giving, to technology commercialization and start-ups. We are a one stop shop for industry from discovery to market.

Brandy Salmon at an industry roundtable

Together, our team ensures breakthroughs break through

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Center for Advancing Partnerships

Serves as a gateway to the university to support holistic, strategic industry partnerships. We deliver market-driven sensibility and expertise.

EnVision Forum 2021

The future of energy is now and Virginia Tech is helping to lead the way.

Join Virginia Tech and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) on April 26 and 27, as we partner to host the second annual EnVision Forum, an all-virtual, two-day energy event bringing together leading thinkers, universities, government partners, and corporate entities sparking new conversations and forging new partnerships on emerging energy issues. This is a no-charge event, with a maximum of 1,000 attendees and registration required.

- FutureHaus Dubai, 1st place in the Solar Decathlon Middle East 2018

FEATURED INITIATIVES

THE LATEST

Say hello to Virginia Tech inventors who are changing the world

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    Feng Lin
    Feng Lin

    Assistant professor of chemistry in the College of Science focused on energy storage and conversion research. His research and team are working to achieve a sustainable, renewable energy future.

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    Glenda Gillaspy
    Glenda Gillaspy

    A biochemist using synthetic biology to create sustainable solutions for agriculture and the environment. Her work centers on how plants use signaling molecules, known as inositol pyrophosphates, to sense and respond to their environment.

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    John Matson
    John Matson

    Having not yet reached his goal of inventing a time machine, polymer chemist instead uses organic chemistry, polymer chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, and nanoscience techniques to develop small molecules and materials with applications in medicine, biology and sustainability.

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    John Robertson
    John Robertson

    Translational medical scientist developing engineered technologies to detect and treat dreaded diseases.

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About LINK + LICENSE + LAUNCH

Our team offers a full continuum of services to the Virginia Tech community and industry to help partnerships grow and flourish and ensure the discoveries made at the university deliver economic and human impact. We enable platforms and projects large and small. From delivering on the goals of Virginia Tech’s new Innovation Campus, to be located in Alexandria Virginia, to nurturing Virginia Tech start-ups, we offer a full suite of services under one team.  Our three complementary centers help companies increase talent and research capabilities, commercialize ideas and discoveries, and create cycles of growth and opportunity to serve the VT community, commonwealth and beyond.