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UWM receives $300,000 to create 'Innovation Corps' site

UWM receives $300,000 to create 'Innovation Corps' site

By Kathleen Gallagher of the Journal Sentinel April 21, 2015

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $300,000, three-year grant to the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to become an "Innovation Corps" site to recruit and train 90 teams to commercialize their research over the next three years.

UWM is collaborating on the project with Marquette University, Medical College of Wisconsin, the Milwaukee School of Engineering and Concordia University Wisconsin.

The I-Corps program, part of the federal agency's National Innovation Network, is the "gold standard" for accelerating ideas into the marketplace, said Brian Thompson, president of the UWM Research Foundation.

"This is a way to excite faculty about entrepreneurial thinking and how research can be applied to real products that can get to market," said Ilya Avdeev, assistant professor of mechanical engineering and director of the Milwaukee program.

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