Bioprinting Technology Grant

If you are a researcher at an academic or non-profit research institution who is interested in using microfluidic 3D bioprinting to develop cell-based therapeutics:

1. Connect to discuss your project

 

2. Prepare your grant proposal

 

3. Submit your grant proposal

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Who owns the intellectual property developed through the Bioprinting Technology Grant?

You/your institution own the intellectual property developed during the project.

Aspect has the option to negotiate a license to commercialize by leveraging our expertise and deep biopharma and VC network.

What is the duration of the technology grant?

Project proposals should be for a duration of 6 or 12 months. After this initial period, the projects will be evaluated for possible extensions.

What is the deadline to submit my proposal?

Because we are always looking to partner with academic researchers who are aligned with our mission to develop impactful bioprinted therapeutics, we are accepting project proposals on a rolling basis. However, it is a competitive selection process, so we encourage you to submit your proposals as soon as possible.

When will I hear back regarding my proposal?

Once you have submitted your project proposal, our Academic Partnerships team will evaluate your proposal and be in touch within four weeks.

Can I submit a proposal in partnership with another researcher?

We encourage collaboration and welcome proposals that involve multiple research groups.