Funds are available for the following:
Requests must be made through the department chairs and the college deans. The college and/or department forwarding such requests are expected to cost share with UF Research in the funding.
Matching support generally up to a maximum of $3,000 is available to assist with the organizational expenses of national meetings sponsored by the University of Florida. In order to qualify for support, the meeting must be widely publicized and open to faculty, students and other UF personnel who would like to attend one or more sessions.
To access the guidelines and forms, view the Support of Meetings, Workshops and Conferences (pdf). Requests may be submitted at any time.
The UFLIPS Matching Grant Program will promote early- to late-stage technology development and commercialization through collaborative research opportunities between University of Florida researchers and high technology energy companies in Florida.
The path from the lab to the market can be risky and financially burdensome for many companies. The UFLIPS program has been created to aid Florida companies in their commercialization efforts of energy technologies.
The program allows these companies to engage UF Researchers and their teams in translational research opportunities, train and engage new talent while leveraging Research and Development dollars.
Please view the UFLIPS application form.
Please view the UFLIPS Budget Form.
For more information, please contact Janan Balaban at 352 294 2027 or at email@example.com and cc: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit https://research.ufl.edu/business-industry/about/industry-resources.html for more information.
Companies located in the 23-county FL High Tech Corridor region can both accelerate their technical and commercial accomplishments and leverage their R&D budgets by participating in the FHTCC Matching Funds Research Program at the University of Florida (UF). Companies can access cutting-edge researchers at the University of Florida across all academic disciplines—including health sciences, agribusiness, engineering, information technology/informatics, and the physical and social sciences.
Please use UFLIPS Matching Grant Program guidelines to apply FHTCC program.