Blog Posts in: 2018

2018 Innovators Dinner

UNHInnovation Hosts Eighth Annual Innovators' Dinner

Wednesday, October 24, 2018
UNHInnovation (UNHI) hosted the eighth annual Innovators’ Dinner on October 4th to celebrate and encourage the commercialization of innovative ideas generated through UNH research. The dinner was held in the Huddleston Ballroom where faculty, staff, students, and industry partners gathered to recognize the UNH community for its hard work, which resulted in a record-breaking over $1,000,000 in commercialization revenue in FY18. Read More
The next rollout of smart parking on campus will coincide with a Computer Science/IT Senior Capstone project and the CRC will be working in conjunction with UNH IT and UNH Parking and Transportation.

The CRC is Leading the Smart Parking Charge at UNH

Tuesday, October 9, 2018
Parking on the University of New Hampshire’s Durham campus is a limited resource; a limitation that results in frustration among the UNH community of faculty, staff, and students, and has introduced unnecessary operational overhead for the UNH Parking and Transportation department. Read More
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New Agreement with Gado Images Will Help Facilitate Image Licensing

Tuesday, October 9, 2018
UNH recently entered into a non-exclusive agreement with Gado Images to help facilitate the licensing of some of the image copyrights owned by the university, specifically, the almost 50,000 photographic negatives that were bequeathed to UNH by famed Jewish female photographer Lotte Jacobi. Read More
Summer Seed Grant is a unique program that provides $10,500 to three students

Third Annual Summer Seed Grant a Success!

Tuesday, October 9, 2018
The Summer Seed Grant is a unique program that provides $10,500 to three students to work on their early-stage ideas/start-ups over the summer without having to find a summer job. Read More
UNH Partners with Kerafast to  Facilitate Access to Research Materials

UNH Partners with Kerafast to Facilitate Access to Research Materials

Tuesday, October 9, 2018
The University of New Hampshire (UNH) has recently licensed two synthetic peptides and an antibody to the reagent company Kerafast. The materials were developed by Dr. Stacia A. Sower, a professor in the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture and the director of the Center for Molecular and Comparative Endocrinology (CME). Read More
Emily Masse ’19 - Internship at Nobl, a NH-based startup.

Another Successful Paid Student Internship at Start-ups Program

Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Due to the generosity of Harry Patten (‘58), four UNH Durham students from any college or major can get hands-on experience working at a start-up company (priority given to UNH alumni start-ups). We recognize that not all students have the “a-ha” idea right away and/or they want to learn about and understand the inner workings of a start-up and help in the building process. Read More
Bio I-Corp Group Photo

UNH Led Inclusive I-Corps Bio-Entrepreneurship Workshop

Tuesday, October 2, 2018
In the beginning of June, 25 early-career scientists from across the country converged in Boston to participate in the second annual I-Corps Bio-Entrepreneurship Workshop to learn about commercializing early-stage ideas. Read More
Left to Right: Erica Johnson, Jeff Lapak, Michayla Newcombe

New Leadership at the UNH InterOperability Lab

Tuesday, October 2, 2018
The new fiscal year brought a change in leadership to the UNH InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL). Erica Johnson, former director, left the university for an opportunity at QA Café, a software testing company in Portsmouth, NH. Erica is widely recognized as an industry leader with her abilities to drive technical innovation. Read More
he CRC Demos Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Connectivity Technology

Red Light, Green Light - The CRC Demos Vehicle-to-Infrastructure Connectivity Technology

Tuesday, October 2, 2018
The notion that driverless cars will make us all safer doesn’t stand alone; connected vehicle technology — the communication between cars and their surroundings about such things as traffic accidents and construction delays — is an integral part of that mission. Read More
Sophia technology

New Software Will Streamline the Innovation Commercialization Process

Tuesday, June 26, 2018
As the University of New Hampshire’s innovation and commercialization activity continues to expand, UNHInnovation remains committed to making the intellectual asset management workflow more transparent and efficient. With that goal in mind, our office is investing in new technology that will streamline our processes and procedures. Read More