UVM Entrepreneurship Students Partner with Innovators to Bring Their Ideas to Life
What do you do when you have a great idea, but don’t know how to implement it?
A team of UVM students has created a new program to help bring those ideas to life. The Academic Research Commercialization program, known as ARC, connects UVM innovators with entrepreneurial students who help with everything from finding funding to producing and marketing their product.
Fueled by the UVM Entrepreneurship Club (E-Club) and managed by UVM Innovations, the University’s technology licensing and commercialization arm, the program taps into the creativity and entrepreneurial spirit of students to help commercialize new discoveries on campus. Click here to continue reading.