This situation promotes the sprouting of academic technological research, resulting in inventions that can contribute in the formation and birth of new companies. Aiming at the development and commercialization of the products or deriving technologies of the research developed for students of a university entity, they appear then spinoff? s academic, that according to Shane (2004) ' ' they are activities that provide to the development and commercialization of products or technology developed for learning students/of an entity universitria' ' or ' ' a new created company to explore a part of the copyright created in the institution acadmica' '. Already Roberts (1991), describes one spinoff as being ' ' companies established for who studied or worked in one universidade' '. This divergence of existing definition between the authors is explained, in the book of Shane (2004), for the form as the research was conceived that resulted in this definition. As form of theoretical basement in this work, we will consider the definition given for Shane as most correct for the term spinoff. The importance of spinoff? s academic for the institution and the researcher. According to Shane (2004), spinoff? s university is of utmost importance for the diverse sectors of the society. It argues that Spinoff? s encourages and promotes the development of the economy generating economic value for the region, creating more jobs, and mainly investing in university technologies and its commercialization, therefore spinoff? s university is the best forms of if to work with uncertain technologies Beyond the displayed one, Shane (2004) also credits the importance of the creation of spinoff? s to the financial return reached by the education institutions and research, to the high reached performance, and its effectiveness in the generation of incomes for the permitted universities if to establish as companies, because spinoff allows the universities to get licensing capital, that have profit with licenses commercialization of technologies.