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Apply today to the Polsky I-Corps program

From our friends at the Polsky Center: Calling all faculty, researchers, and grad students! Get help bringing your research, technology, or idea to market with the NSF-funded Polsky Center I-Corps program, specifically designed to empower those in the UChicago community to test the innovative potential of their ideas and envision how they could play out in the real world.

Previous experience in business or entrepreneurship is not required.

All accepted teams will receive $2,500 in funding from the National Science Foundation and personalized coaching from Polsky Center staff and advisors. Participants will learn how to identify a market need and create a clear value proposition through classroom instruction and outside field work. Past I-Corps teams have successfully gone on to win innovation funding and SBIR/STTR grants. Apply now. >>


Interested in collaborating with even more people at the university? Attend the UChicago Graduate Student and Postdoc Innovation Mixer on Thursday, February 2 from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. at the Polsky Exchange. The Mixer is a great opportunity to meet other like-minded campus community members and teammates for research projects or business ideas you're working on. Learn more. >>


~ Past Events ~

The New Nuclear Landscape and its Implications for International Security

10 / 01   6:00 PM Mandel Hall at the University of Chicago 1131 E 57th St, Chicago, IL 60637

The New Nuclear Landscape and its Implications for International Security

Enhancing Life Capstone Conference

04 / 08   3:00 PM The Gleacher Center, The University of Chicago, 450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive

Join The Enchancing Life Project at their Capstone Conference for 50+ presentations on how life can be enhanced. 

UChicago Faculty Funding Opportunity for School-related Interventions

08 / 05   12:00 AM University of Chicago

The Hymen Milgrom Supporting Organization (HMSO) is pleased to announce the 2017 Request for Proposals for Research on Successful Pathways from School to Work