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STC.UNM is the technology transfer office created by and for UNM. It is centrally located in proximity to research and development and laboratory facilities and other technology based companies, many of which are the result of STC. STC also collaborates with researchers at Sandia National Laboratories and Los Alamos National Laboratory. Activities of the office include: protecting technologies developed at UNM and transferring them to the marketplace (either through the starting of new companies or transferring technologies to established companies); connecting the business community to UNM for access to expertise, facilities, and research activities; and facilitating UNM's role as a contributor to New Mexico's economic development.
STC.UNM along with the UNM Foundation established the STC.UNM Co-Investment Fund to further the commercialization of UNM-based technologies. The $1 million fund awards investment to companies utilizing UNM technologies, which are then matched with outside capital from venture capitalists or angel investors. Funding is generally given to companies heading into a next stage in development.