UD’s OEIP helps faculty innovators get traction in business

Plenty of brainpower is at work every day at the University of Delaware, where researchers constantly pursue new ways of doing things, solutions to problems, and deeper understanding of our world.

When that work produces something potentially valuable to industry or other consumers, a different sort of expertise is essential – the kind provided by the University of Delaware’s Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships (OEIP).

OEIP is working with an increasing number of faculty members to launch their startups, including inventor Norman Wagner with STF Technologies, Adam Marsh with Genome Profiling, Willett Kempton with EV2G, Amy Cowperthwait with SimUCare, and Ajay Prasad with Sonijector.

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