Purdue University and the University of Notre Dame are proud partners with the state of Indiana, through the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, in an initiative to promote nanotechnology discoveries and new ventures in Indiana. The Nanotechnology New Ventures Competition aims to foster translational research and accelerate the commercialization of intellectual property in the nanotechnology arena within the state of Indiana. In doing so, the Competition exemplifies the spirit of Discovery-to-Delivery by generating entrepreneurship opportunities and driving economic development of nanotechnology research. The Research Fair will be an opportunity for all Competition registrants to share pitch their research to an audience including NNVC judges, potential investors and distinguished guests attending the Nanotechnology New Ventures Competition. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship Room This exciting day celebrating the future of nanotechnology research will conclude with a reception and awards dinner.
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Nanotechnology involves making devices on the atomic and molecular level with applications in computer, medical, military and even textile industries. If you are a researcher who has developed a novel technology or service based in nanotechnology, this competition is for you. Woo, the Martin J. Those involved with the competition hope it spurs other parallel efforts across the Midwest, to capitalize on the research being done at the renowned institutions in the region, with an eye toward broader economic development efforts. The competition for the selected finalists will run from 1 to 4 p. Registration will continue online through Dec.
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Nanotechnology involves making devices on the atomic and molecular level with applications in computer, medical, military and even textile industries. Download image. If you are a researcher who has developed a novel technology or service based in nanotechnology, this competition is for you. In addition to providing a showcase for some of Purdue and Notre Dame's most promising research in nanotechnology, the competition will highlight interdisciplinary collaboration needed to find the most impactful market applications and build commercialization plans for those technologies. Woo, the Martin J.
Academic exploration in the field of nanotechnology is often driven by federal and state investment with the hope that this investment will bear fruit in the marketplace. The IIN's Small Business Entrepreneur's Evaluation SBEE program provides a platform for scientists and engineers to present their newly developed technologies and receive assistance in the development of viable business plans. Through this program, faculty members are offered the opportunity to present their marketable technology to an audience of students from the NU Kellogg School of Management, who, then, may use this as a springboard for writing a complete business plan.