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Web Date: December 20, 2017

Start-up training program opens to all

NSF entrepreneur program for university scientists now seeks nonacademic trainees
Department: Business
Keywords: Entrepreneurship, start-ups, technology commercialization

A U.S. government program intended to speed federally funded university research from the lab to the marketplace is now opening up to science entrepreneurs from outside academia.

Six National Science Foundation-funded Innovation Corps centers are accepting or will soon accept applications for a pilot program that is intended to help science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) research teams identify obstacles to launching new products. Each center will choose dozens of . . .

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