Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute

The following list amalgamates technology resources from the University, State of Maryland, and regional technology communities.

University Resources | State and Other Resources

University Resources


Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS)
Research funding for company/university collaborative research and development

University Research Facilities
Listing of research centers, institutes, laboratories and more at the University of Maryland

Office of Technology Commercialization
UM office that facilitates technology transfer and licensing at the University

Clark School of Engineering Research
Overview of research in the Clark School of Engineering

Office of Research Administration and Advancement
UM office that facilitates all research contracts within the University

UM Office of Research and Graduate Studies
University's main umbrella for research


University of Maryland Manufacturing Assistance Program (UMMAP)
Statewide network of business and technical consultants available to Maryland manufacturers

Biotech Program
Bio-manufacturing consulting, bioprocessing workforce training and extensive bio facilities for Maryland biotechnology companies

Comprehensive consulting infrastructure for University-based technology entrepreneurs and companies

Maryland Cooperative Extension Service
Agriculture-based consulting and education services

MBA Student Business Consulting
Robert H. Smith School of Business's MBA consulting program

Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship
Mentor services for new and emerging growth companies in the region

Supply Chain Management Center
Develops concepts, strategies and techniques for implementing next-generation solutions in today's collaborative supply chain environment.


Engineering Co-op and Career Services Center
Students jobs, co-ops and internship services for engineering students and companies

University of Maryland Career Center
Career, internship and co-op services for Maryland students, alumni, faculty, staff, and companies

CMPS Internships & Career Services
Educational employment opportunities for students with majors in Computer Science, Math, Physics, Astronomy, Geology and the Physical Sciences

Business School Office of Career Management
Career services offered by the Robert H. Smith School of Business


Biotech Program
Features M.S. and Ph.D. programs in Bioengineering, Graduate Certificate in Biomolecular Engineering, and workforce training and workshops in bioprocessing

College of Engineering Degree Programs
Undergraduate and graduate education in the A. James Clark School of Engineering

Professional Master of Engineering Program
Part-time, practice-oriented graduate programs for engineers and technical professionals

UM Office of Continuing Education
University of Maryland office for post-graduate studies, seminars and workshops for professional accreditation or professional development

UM Office of Executive Programs
Public sector executive education programs for mid-career and senior level professionals

Business School Executive Education Program
Robert H. Smith School of Business Program designed to mold today's executives into tomorrow's true leaders


Consulting infrastructure for University-based technology entrepreneurs; utilizes both internal and external resources, including mentors

Hinman CEOs Program
Living-learning undergraduate entrepreneurship program; helps students start companies; averages 100 students and 30 new companies at any point in time; utilizes internal and external mentors to help students


Technology Advancement Program
State-of-the-art business incubator for technology-based early stage companies

Consulting infrastructure for University-based technology entrepreneurs; utilizes both internal and external resources, including mentors

Hinman CEOs Program
Living-learning undergraduate entrepreneurship program

Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship
Mentor services for new and emerging growth companies in the region

State and Other Resources

Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development
Information on Maryland's outstanding business climate and the programs available to businesses, both small and large, to ensure their success. Included on the Web site is information on financing, workforce training, exporting and trade and small and minority business assistance

Maryland Small Business Development Center
Since 1988, the seasoned staff of the Maryland Small Business Development Center (MDSBDC) Network has provided sound advice, counseling and support to entrepreneurs and small to mid-size businesses across the state. The Network, a partnership between the U.S. Small Business Administration and the University of Maryland College Park, links private enterprise, government, higher education and local economic development organizations to provide management, training and technical assistance to Maryland’s small businesses.

Greater Baltimore Technology Council
The Greater Baltimore Technology Council is devoted to one goal: growing the region's tech community. The GBTC asks tech companies what they need to grow and provides it through innovative programs. The GBTC creates forums where organizations can meet, learn and do business. And the GBTC celebrates the community's successes, spreading the word that technology businesses thrive here.

Technology Council of Maryland
Association of technology firms,federal laboratories, education institutions and business support firms that collectively form Maryland's technology community

Greater Washington Initiative
The Greater Washington Initiative (GWI) is a private, non-profit economic development marketing organization

MdBio, Inc.
Private, non-profit corporation offering a variety of programs to advance the commercial development of bioscience in Maryland

Maryland Economic Development Association (MIDAS)
MIDAS is a statewide, nonprofit organization of economic development professionals. Established in 1961, the principal objective of MIDAS is to promote the economic well-being of Maryland by working to improve the state's business climate and the professionalism of those in the field of economic development.

BioMaryland Center
The BioMaryland Center, an office within Maryland's Department of Business and Economic Development, connects life sciences companies, academic and federal researchers with each other and with potential capital sources, partners, clients, and other resources.

Biotechnology Industry Organization
The Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) represents more than 1000 biotechnology companies, academic institutions, state biotechnology centers and related organizations in all 50 U.S. states and 33 other nations.

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)
SBA provides financial, technical, and management assistance to U.S citizens who want to establish or grow a business

Patuxent Partnership
A world-class strategic alliance of Southern Maryland aerospace and maritime technology industries, government laboratories, and academia.


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