“Leveraging Scientific Discovery for the betterment of humankind.”

The Problem
Enormous amounts of intellectual property are sitting on the shelf at federal and academic laboratories that could be used today to solve real-world health problems and improve the quality of life for millions.

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The Solution
will bridge the gap between research and the commercialization of science-related technologies to help produce faster miracles.

What is ScienceWerx?
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is a Frederick, Maryland-based 501c(3) non-profit organization born out of an idea to make a difference in 2020 by a team with over eighty years of combined science, biotech, entrepreneurial, capital markets, and business design experience. ScienceWerx has created an ecosystem to address the many issues of bringing products to market. This includes access to capital, technology transfer offices, groups of industry-trained professionals, the vast incubator system, and facilities explicitly designed with commercialization in mind. ScienceWerx is designed to accelerate the commercialization of technologies for the betterment of humankind.
Vision Mission
leveraging the enormous amount of intellectual property at federal and academic laboratories to solve real-world health and quality-of-life issues.
To bridge the gap between research and commercialization of health-related technologies.
Obsession to Details
Bias for Action
Leverage existing investment

Bring sound technologies to market quickly
Free up space on the IP “shelf” so more basic research can be conducted
Create an “ecosystem” for educated investors to get involved with complicated technologies
Our Partners
Are you interested in joining our growing list of partners
Do you provide a service for our new companies
Do you have IP

Our Values: (see below)
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