Learn how the NSF I-Corps Hub Northeast Regional Program can help you evaluate your research discovery or technology for its potential to benefit society as the basis of a startup or venture.
This information session will help you decide if the I-Corps Regional Program is right for you and your team. I-Corps is a National Science Foundation-funded program to help researchers quickly evaluate the commercial potential of a research discovery to put it on the path to startup success.
The I-Corps Regional Program is a 4-session program in which university researchers attend as teams organized around exploring the potential of a specific scientific or technological discovery. The program focuses on discovering the needs of customers and industry, and connects you with experienced mentors and entrepreneurs who can advise you and your team as you chart the path from research to venture.
I-Corps Lead Instructor Christina Pellicane, assistant director of innovation at Princeton University will provide an overview of the I-Corps Northeast Regional Program and answer your questions.
All researchers (faculty members, staff researchers, postdoctoral researchers, graduate students and undergraduates) are welcome to attend.