A host of institutions have joined NSF’s five regional educational programmes called I-Corps Hubs, which will each receive $3m per year until 2026.

Innovation Corps (I-Corps), an entrepreneurship training scheme for the US government research agency National Science Foundation (NSF), has formed five I-Corps Hubs having partnered several universities.
Each hub will be equipped with $3m in annual funds for five years and will involve universities training academic researchers to commercialise their findings.
NSF I-Corps Hub in the Great Lakes region is led by University of Michigan and joined by Iowa State, Michigan Technological, Missouri Science & Technology, Purdue, Akron, Chicago,…

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Edison Fu

Edison Fu is a reporter and Asia liaison at Global Corporate Venturing.