NSF I-Corps Program


About the I-Corps Program

The National Science Foundation Innovation Corps (NSF I-Corps) is an effort to develop scientific and engineering discoveries into useful products and services. The I-Corps program, a public-private partnership, connects NSF-funded research with the tech, entrepreneur and business communities to create a stronger ecosystem for innovation. The I-Corps program teaches NSF grantees to identify valuable product opportunities that can emerge from academic research and offers entrepreneurship training to student participants. I-Corps is a public-private partnership that prepares you to extend your focus beyond the laboratory by broadening the impact of NSF-funded basic-research projects. The primary goal of I-Corps is to foster entrepreneurship that will lead to the commercialization of technology that has been supported by NSF-funded research.

Georgia State University’s I-Corps Event

On October 24, 2014, Georgia State hosted an event designed to engage Georgia State faculty, postdocs and students with entrepreneurial interests in learning about the Regional NSF Innovation Corps (I-Corps) Program based at Georgia Tech and other I-Corps Programs available to support their commercialization and startup activities. This program featured an overview of the Regional I-Corps Program at Georgia Tech, presentations by Georgia State teams that have participated in the program and presentations by Georgia State innovation leadership. You can view the slides or view video presentations from this event by clicking on any of the links below: