Nov. 17, 18: Learn to move research to marketplace

i-corps-logoPULLMAN, Wash. – Free training to move academic research to the marketplace will be explained in an information session for Washington State University faculty, students and staff 11 a.m.-noon Thursday and Friday, Nov. 17 and 18, in Paccar building 202.

Refreshments will be served. RSVP by email to, indicating the information session you prefer. Sessions are available via AMS to WSU locations outside Pullman if requested.

The National Science Foundation developed the I-Corps program in 2011 and provided WSU with a three-year grant in 2016. I-Corps teaches entrepreneurship skills and helps find funding while encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration, industry mentorship and alumni engagement.

Previous business experience or an existing business or technology idea is not required. Learn more, including how to apply to I-Corps, at


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