SP3NW hosts session on commercializing research

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SP3NW, Washington State University’s business incubator, is hosting a virtual information session Oct. 11.

During the 30-minute session, researchers will learn how they can work alongside the Office of Commercialization to turn their work into commercial products and services. The session is slated to begin at 4 p.m. and is being hosted on Zoom. Information on how to register is available online.

Based out of University District of Spokane, SP3NW was launched in December 2020 to further the entrepreneurship ambitions of faculty and researchers. The initiative also supports WSU’s land grant mission of producing tangible benefits for communities large and small through its myriad projects and efforts.

In addition to providing office and lab space for interested researchers, SP3NW offers educational and experiential programing and access to resources and advisories from major universities across the state, including WSU Spokane, Eastern Washington University, and Gonzaga University.

More information about SP3NW, including how researchers can get connected with commercialization support, is available on the organization’s website.

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