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In January 2016, Tech Launch Arizona was selected as an NSF Innovation Corps (I-Corps) site, putting the UA among a prestigious group of institutions that include Purdue University, MIT, Carnegie-Mellon University and others.
Check out this video, where Mary Poulton, Ph.D., director of the Lowell Institute for Mineral Resources, describes her experience with TLA and the NSF I-Corps program.
The I-Corps designation will make a great contribution to the strategic growth and further diversification of the commercialization culture at UA. It is a direct result and reflection of the University’s focus on innovation via the Never Settle strategic and academic plan put forth by UA President Ann Weaver Hart, as well as the demonstrated effectiveness of Tech Launch Arizona, the office of the University that commercializes the inventions stemming from research.
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