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NYCRIN Testimonials

"NYCRIN is dedicated to teaching technology entrepreneurship and performing research that advances this endeavor. Its aim is to become a global leader in technology innovation and entrepreneurial business development by leveraging the existing innovation ecosystem in New York City."

Gillian Small, Ph.D., NYCRIN Principal Investigator, City University of New York

"I learned a lot from the I-Corps experience and I feel like my strategies toward my research have also changed. I am grateful for the time [the teaching team] spent reviewing my business canvas and interviews and providing [their] advice."

Omid Dehzangi, EL,
NYCRIN April 2013 Cohort

"The [I-Corps] program, along with the entire 'Teaching Team', was outstanding, even for someone who thinks they know a lot about the world of startups. It was, as they say, a valuable learning experience for me as a Mentor, as well as for our Team."

Tom Harrison, IM, NYCRIN April 2013 Cohort

"Thanks again for a job well done!!!!! Everyone I reached out to the last couple of days had nothing negative to say. At times, PIs, mentors or ELs would approach me on their own and offer ONLY positive comments about both the curriculum and the instructors."

Rathindra (Babu) DasGupta, Program Director, I/UCRC and I-Corps

"I'd like to thank you all for guiding us throughout the customer discovery process."

Maciej Pietrusinski, EL, NYCRIN April 2013 Cohort

"Thank you so much for your constant support and advice in training me towards entrepreneurship. The program was fun and educational at the same time."

Raviprasad Aduri, Ph.D., EL, NYCRIN April 2013 Cohort

"Thank you again for being a critical (literally!) part of the I-Corps program for me. It was a great experience and I learned a lot."

Linda Plano, IM, NYCRIN April 2013 Cohort

Team #

Project Name

University

237 Biomimetic Degradable Load Bearing Osteoconductive Bone Graft University of South Carolina
238 CO2 Insufflator for Minimally Invasive Procedures Vanderbilt University
239 Commercial potential of exploiting synthetic microbial consortia for efficient production of fuels/chemicals from cellulosic biomass University of Michigan
240 Commercialization feasibility research and demonstration preparation for increasing cognitive femtocell network capacity Temple University
241 Controlled Membranes for Industrial Applications Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
242 Dry Mouth Relief SUNY at Buffalo
243 Electroactive Scaffold for Cartilage Repair New Jersey Institute of Technology
244 Enabling Mobility with Modular Designs Worcester Polytechnic Institute
245 Genome Profiling University of Delaware
246 GIDMaPS University of California, Irvine
247 Intrata UMass-Amherst
248 Light Modulated Acoustic Devices University of North texas
249 NanoOptics University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
250 Natural Polymer Based Systems for Bone Repair and Regeneration The University of Connecticut Health Center
251 Oxitronics University of Virginia
252 Parallel Permeation University of South Carolina
253 Printed Photovoltaics University of Texas at Austin
254 Robotic Gripper University of South Florida
255 Solution-Processing of Earth-Abundant Solar Thin-Films Solution-Processing of Earth-Abundant Solar Thin-Films
256 Tailored Thermal Expansion Alloys Texas A&M University
257 FaceTrak Rutgers University - New Brunswick
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