• Trihalomethanes Removal System

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    Trihalomethanes Removal System

    With the EPA passing increasingly strict regulations regarding trihalomethane levels in all areas of water distribution systems, methods for reducing those levels have become increasingly important. Professor Dr. Robin Collins developed a cost effective solution to lower the level of trihalomethanes and other volatile organic compounds in drinking water by using in-line diffused aeration without expensive infrastructure improvements.

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  • Prevention Innovations™

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    Bringing in the Bystander® and Know Your Power®

    Prevention Innovations (PI) is a collaboration between researchers and practitioners that develops, implements and evaluates programs, policies and practices that will end violence against women. PI’s Bringing in the Bystander program and Know Your Power social marketing campaign have been globally licensed. PI is currently working with the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault to design a training program for incoming students on sexual assault policies.

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  • Anodized Aluminum

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    Process for Chemically Resistant Anodized Aluminum

    Dr. Dale Barkey, Professor of Chemical Engineering at UNH has developed a one-step addition to pre-existing aluminum anodizing treatments, resulting in a tenfold improvement in the metal's chemical and corrosion resistance.  The coating has promising applications in marine environments, cookware, machinery, and surgical equipment among others.

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  • Operation Hat Trick

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    Operation Hat Trick™

    Operation Hat Trick’s original aim was to provide wounded warriors with something to cover their head wounds, burns and scars and has delivered over 10,000 caps to Service members since its inception. It was launched as a spinoff nonprofit company with a percentage of sales going to the VA General Post Fund and has since issued over 300 licenses to other universities and organizations that want to participate.

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  • AT Pad Stand

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    The AT Tablet Stand™

    A portable and completely flexible tablet stand for over 101 uses.  Created by UNH professor Therese Willkomm, the AT Tablet Stand has received UNH’s first design patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

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The Catalyst Seminars are held on the 4th Thursday of every month from September through May at the Alpha Loft, 9 Madbury Road, Durham.  Presentations begin at 4:30PM followed by beer and networking from 5:30-6:30PM. These events are FREE and open to the public.

Watch the latest in the Catalyst Seminar Series: Innovating in NH - The State of Innovation in NH

Overview: Finding a way to fund your innovation can be a real challenge. For this seminar, we invited Tom "TK" Kuegler, Co-Founder and General Partner of Wasabi Ventures to share his expertise and advice for entrepreneurs who are thinking about different funding options and discuss what entrepreneurs should consider and prepare before approaching a venture capital firm. We also be heard from Cory von Wallenstein, CEO of Adored, a customer-centric mobile app start-up. Cory shared his start-up experiences and funding journey as well as his advice and tips for fellow entrepreneurs.

Innovating in NH - Innovation Assistance: Funding Your Innovation

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06/30/2015

DURHAM, N.H. – Four teams of student entrepreneurs have been selected as recipients of the Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center’s first Summer Seed Grant.

In May of this year, the Entrepreneurship Center invited students to submit proposals for grant funding to continue to develop prototypes and business models during the summer months.

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The Peter T. Paul Entrepreneurship Center has kicked off its first ever Summer Seed Grant funding program, inviting students to submit their proposals in May of this year.

The U.S. Copyright Office recently created a Fair Use Index which catalogs various fair use cases and their outcomes. Fair use is defined as “any copying of copyrighted material done for a limited and ‘transformative’ purpose, such as to comment on, criticize, or parody a copyrighted work” (Stanford University Libraries).

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