How do the accelerators handle intellectual property?

MIT delta v focuses on entrepreneurship skills, so we do not anticipate any intellectual property will be created as a direct result of either program.

Furthermore, MIT does not consider use of office space, libraries, machine shop facilities, and consumer-grade computers as constituting a significant use of MIT resources.

If your company is built around intellectual property developed using significant MIT resources, you should consult MIT’s policies for more information. The MIT Technology Licensing Office controls MIT intellectual property and can help you with questions. Read more about the ownership, distribution and commercial development of MIT technology here. Also read MIT Policies 13.1 http://web.mit.edu/policies/13/13.1.html

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