If the University of Kansas (KU) experience with its free mini-course Startup School@KU is any indication, universities that want to tap into student demand for more entrepreneurship opportunities should take note.
KU Innovation & Collaboration now has a searchable database of KU technologies available for licensing. The database is searchable by keyword, category, patent status and inventor name. It's part of a recent update to the entire KUIC site based on faculty input.
LAWRENCE – The inventive research of University of Kansas faculty and students was recognized and celebrated May 1 at the second annual KU Innovation Fair. The program was hosted by KU Innovation and Collaboration, the university’s technology commercialization office.
The KU Innovation Fair will take place today in the Kansas Union Ballroom from 4 to 6:30 p.m. The event, sponsored by KU Innovation and Collaboration, showcases innovative research and ideas created by undergraduate and graduate students in the University community, with a heavy emphasis on commercializing those ideas and bringing them to the market.