TETF

AcronymDefinition
TETFTexas Emerging Technology Fund (est. 2005)
TETFTeacher Education Task Force (California State University)
TETFTotally Enclosed Treatment Facility
TETFTransient Experimental Task Force
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Como fue mencionado anteriormente, la TETF tambien puede ser una alternativa eficiente para la multiplicacion de animales superiores, presentando indices reproductivos que justifican su aplicacion en rodeos de carne.
Part of the TETF fund allocation for library development is being earmarked for bandwidth subscription and maintenance.
The company will use the second tranche of TETF funds to design, test and validate the commercial manufacturing process and to initiate toxicology testing as a necessary intermediate step on the way to human studies.
TETF investments, by comparison, address the greater economic development need: equity investments in pre-seed, seed-, and early-stage companies in targeted industries.
Perry and the Texas Legislature in 2005, the TETF is bringing the best scientists and researchers to Texas, attracting high-paying jobs, and helping start-up companies get off the ground faster.
Startech has represented the State of Texas and the TETF in San Antonio since its inception in 2005.
The TETF Commercialization Award recognizes groundbreaking solutions and funds early-stage investments in new, technology-based, private entrepreneurial entities to help accelerate time-to-market, stimulate economic growth through the creation of new jobs, and attract more cutting-edge companies to the State of Texas.
We are excited to receive this second investment from the TETF," said Bruce D.
8 million award from the State of Texas' TETF and represent one of the top three largest awards given to an energy company since the program's inception.
Terrabon plans to use the TETF investment to: conduct testing to optimize certain processes included in its biofuel technology; expand its joint research arrangement with the Texas A&M System; and extend the build-out of its demonstration facility in Bryan in order to facilitate processing of MSW and other feed stocks into "green" gasoline and other biofuels.
The TETF mission is to expedite the commercialization of innovations, create and establish private sector entities that will increase high-quality jobs and increase applied research projects for Texas Institutions of Higher Education.
As part of the TETF agreement, an additional $750,000 has been reserved for the company if it achieves specific milestones.