The Innovation Corps (I-CorpsTM) Teams program is at the heart of the U.S. National Science Foundation's mission to develop and nurture a national innovation network. The I-Corps Teams program supports researchers interested in entrepreneurial education and mentoring, with the goal of reducing the time it takes to bring technologies from the laboratory to the marketplace.
Credit: Appscale Systems
AppScale Systems allows developers to migrate their apps between cloud systems without rewriting their code.
Credit: Carbice Corporation
At the core of Carbice Carbon is the highest thermal conductivity material in the world — the carbon nanotube.
Credit: Diligent Robotics
Diligent Robotics created “Moxi,” a robot that supports clinical staff teams in acute care hospitals.
Credit: Ecovia Renawables
Ecovia Renewables is creating bio-based, compostable alternatives to widely-used petrochemical-based superabsorbent polymers.
Credit: Marinus Analytics
In the last two years, the Marinus Analytics solution "Traffic Jam" has contributed to the identification of 6,800 victims of sex trafficking.
Credit: Meati Foods
Meati's process is highly efficient and sustainable, using 1% of the land, water, and energy compared to traditional animal meats.
Credit: Metalmark Innovations
Metalmark is a Harvard startup that leverages patented 3D nano-architectured materials to create air purification systems.
Credit: Respira Labs
Respira Labs developed a technology incorporating artificial intelligence that can predict chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Credit: Sensatek Propulsion Technolgy, Inc.
Sensatek Propulsion Technology develops ceramic materials derived from fused polymers for wireless sensors.
Credit: Sironix Renewables
Sironix Renewables makes eco-friendly, better-performing ingredients for cleaning products.
We’d love to hear how NSF I-Corps has made an impact on your research or the local economy. Please share your story by getting in touch with us.