The Innovation Center of the Rockies seals its latest commercialisation project with Denver University's Office of Technology Transfer.

Denver University’s Office of Technology Transfer has teamed with the Innovation Center of the Rockies to commercialise inventions and intellectual property developed by Denver University researchers. Cathryn Potter, associate provost for research at DU, said: "The University of Denver has a talented faculty and rich culture of research innovation. We are looking forward to working with the ICR to take our commercialization process to the next level."  The Innovation Center of the Rockies [ICR] has existing relationships with the University of Colorado, the Colorado School of Mines and Colorado State University. Tim Bour, ICR executive director, said: "DU’s specialized research strategy provides high-calibre undergrads tremendous career and business opportunities in a wide variety of markets including diagnostics, drug development, electronics, robotics, energy and aerospace. We are looking forward to working with DU to further expand what has become one of the nation’s largest entrepreneurial support networks within Colorado’s academic and research communities."

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