Come and hear from Dave Arnold, serial entrepreneur and Retrieve Technologies founder, as he shares his experiences thinking outside the box and seeking novel opportunities to spur growth and innovation.
We will also hear from Erik Swartz, professor and chair of the UNH Kinesiology department and developer of Hutt®, a helmetless tackling program developed at UNH.
Together, Dave and Erik will discuss what happens when traditional academic research collides with a game-changing technology.
For October’s Catalyst Seminar, we will be highlighting the mutual benefits of university/industry engagement and collaboration. The rewards of these strategic partnerships can go beyond the obvious business and financial incentives; effective university/industry relationships can lead to learning, innovation, and growth for all parties.
Come hear how two brothers who started Summer Sessions Surf Shops helped create the shift from “hard core surfers to mainstream family surf experiences in the surf world,” and OhMiBod winning the 2016 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) “Digital Health and Fitness Product Award” for the Lovelife Krush helped change the one-time socially taboo discussions of sex products to a mainstream understanding of sexual health and well being.
This session will provide an overview of the grants process and will cover the entire grant life cycle which includes: developing a proposal, starting the project, managing the resources and closing the grant.
The Office of Environmental Health and Safety (OEHS) and the Research Computing Center have developed an online chemical inventory system (CEMS) for chemical owners, laboratory associates, students, and emergency responders on the campuses of UNH Durham and UNH Manchester.
During this session, Karrie Myer, Environmental Compliance and CEMS Coordinator in OEHS, will provide a brief overview of the UNHCEMS program, including:
Hosted by UNH University Instrutmentation Center, in partnership with UNHInnovation, the UNH Sustainability Institute, and the UNH Energy Office
This symposium will address the critical issues relating to the proper, safe, affordable, and environmentally responsible storage of biological and chemical samples using ultralow temperature freezer technologies.