HBR article focuses on impact of NSF’s I-Corps initiative

NSF I-CorpsThe National Science Foundation Innovation Corps, generally better known as I-Corps, is an initiative focused on helping researchers look beyond the laboratory. According to this Harvard Business Review article, the program has trained more than 700 teams that have raised more than $80 million from venture funding, government grants, and other sources. More important, 81 percent of the entrepreneur teams are still active 13–21 months after taking the course.

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