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Technology Advancement Program (TAP)

Technology Advancement Program (TAP)

Projects that require proof-of-concept, validation, pre-clinical data, or prototype development are examples of TAP-eligible projects.

Technology Advancement Program (TAP)

Traditional funding mechanisms are typically not available for projects in this transitional stage of development. As a result, these projects are often significantly delayed, or terminated, or licensed at great discounts to third parties before their true value is known.

This is one of the first Bioaccelerator Programs offered by us. TAP funding provides a way for these projects to progress quickly to the next stage of marketability, while increasing the technology's market value.

Projects that require proof-of-concept, validation, pre-clinical data, or prototype development are examples of TAP-eligible projects.


Time required for funding to be processed 90 days
Estimated Funding From $5000 to S100,000
Project Completion Timeline 12 months

TAPProof of Concept: A proof of concept (POC) is a demonstration, the purpose of which is to verify that certain concepts or theories have the potential for real-world application. POC is therefore a prototype that is designed to determine feasibility, but does not represent deliverables.

Prototype Development: A prototype is a physical illustration used to demonstrate and verify features of a abstract design as part of the development process for a new idea. It is bringing ideas to reality.

Pre-clinical data: A type of study either to test a drug, a procedure, or another medical treatment. The aim of a preclinical study is to collect data in support of the safety of the new treatment.

Validation: It is a way to give official sanction, confirmation, or approval to a particular procedure, a drug, or any other medical treatment.