The University of New Hampshire, through UNHInnovation (UNHI), has received National Science Foundation funding for the I-Corps™ program, which works to bring new technology to the marketplace faster. Participants in the program receive funding and engage in entrepreneurial training to explore the commercial potential of their innovations or ideas.
This intensive program, with six in-person...
Hello! My name is Mauricio and during the month of April, I was a visiting scholar at UNHInnovation.
I work as a licensing manager for the University of Costa Rica (UCR)’s Office for the Management and Transfer of Knowledge for Innovation (PROINNOVA), which serves as its intellectual property licensing office, akin to UNHInnovation’s role in the University of New...
As a UNH graduate student, I have been interning with UNHInnovation (UNHI) to learn more about copyright law and the future of intellectual property. My research has culminated in a graduate studies project, a Creative Works Symposium. The goal of this project is to better inform faculty and students about the impact of intellectual property rights on universities and to answer questions faculty...
On Tuesday, April 14, 2015, 8:00 am - 5:30 pm, the UNH School of Law will host "Intellectual Property & Open Innovation: Challenges in Global Development," an interdisciplinary and highly engaging conference.
Leaders in the field, including former USAID and World Bank professionals, will share viewpoints, experiences and discuss:
how the rapidly emerging and evolving open...
One of the elements of my job that I really enjoy is presenting to UNH faculty, staff, and students about technology transfer. What is it? Why do we do it? How do we do it? Over the years, a common reaction to these questions has been:
“Why do I need to care about commercialization?”
“I’m not interested in it, and it’s not right for my work nor for me.”
Rather than being a conversation stopper...