NSF I-Corps Hub Northeast Region

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Transform your discovery

  • Explore the value to society of your research 
  • Engage with mentors and experienced entrepreneurs
  • Accelerate your discovery’s impact through a startup or new venture

Already familiar with I-Corps?

Apply for the I-Corps regional program. Feb. 28-Mar. 23

Sessions are Feb. 28, Mar. 2, 9, and 23
1 p.m. to 4 p.m. ET online.
Application deadline: Jan. 31, 2022


Want to learn more?

Attend our next info session

Jan. 25 at 3 p.m. ET online


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Rutgers University student Sherifat Alaka illuminates fingerprint samples with a special light, while observed by Kimberlee Sue Moran, associate teaching professor and director of forensics. Rutgers is one of two partner institutions in the new Innovation-Corps (I-Corps) Northeast Hub hub funded by the National Science Foundation to foster startups based on university research. Photo credit: ©2020 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

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Events and Upcoming Regional Programs

Information Session Jan 14
Jan 14

View the recording of the info session.

I-Corps Hub Northeast Regional Program
  • Feb 28
  • Mar 2
  • Mar 9
  • Mar 23

This four-week program helps researchers explore the customer perspective to inform how a discovery or innovation can become the basis of a successful startup or venture. 

Information Session Jan 25
Jan 25

Learn how the NSF I-Corps Hub Northeast Regional Program can help you evaluate your research discovery or technology for its…

The I-Corps Northeast Hub

The NSF I-Corps Hub: Northeast Region is made up of eight universities, with new affiliates added annually. Note: Participants in Hub programs do NOT need to be affiliated with a Hub member university.  

Princeton University
University of Delaware
Lehigh University
Rutgers University
Rowan University
Delaware State University
Temple University

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