Incubators and R&D

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Outsiders help Carnegie Mellon U get products out of ideas

Innovation does little good for consumers — or for Pittsburgh’s economic future — if it remains in the laboratory or classroom. By: Donald I Hammonds Pittsburgh Post Gazette In order to speed the "tech transfer"…

Environment Friendly: Research focuses on biodegradable box

ALBANY — TUCKED AWAY, a gallop across the freeway from Golden Gate Fields, the Western Regional Research Center is easy to overlook. By Alec Rosenberg Business Writer, (If anywone knows the contact info for a…

MSU Research roundup-Animal acts -Hospitality suite-Pig barn art -A date with weeds

Animal acts Why will a goat eat leafy spurge but a cow won’t? If cows would graze the noxious weed then it wouldn’t be taking over rangelands in Montana, said MSU professor of range ecology…

Inventive minds

Students find their creativity can pay off with grants DENVER – Michael Hooten’s knees were killing him after a day of snowboarding at Eldora resort near Boulder, his feet strapped uncomfortably into the bindings. By…

Administration Requests Less for Most EPSCoR Programs

With the release of the President’s FY 2003 budget request, five of seven federal programs designed to help state universities in 21 states were slated for cuts or total elimination. Collectively known as the EPSCoR…

Research park tied to UW eyed north of Seattle

EVERETT — To nurture synergies between academic research and high-tech commercial development, the University of Washington could build a 100-acre research and technology park in Snohomish County. By Diane Brooks Seattle Times Snohomish County reporter…

UM freshman making strides in cancer research

High school science project may lead to a cure Next time you walk into a gas station, you never know who you’ll meet working behind the counter selling you gas, cigarettes or beer. Timothy San…

MSU Research roundup -Croation cooperation -Great ball of plasma -Montserrat orioles -World’s most cited scientists

Croation cooperation People who live in former communist countries know all about cooperatives. But MSU is working with Croatia to set up western-style cooperatives where producers, and not the government, are in charge. Marty Frick,…