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By Kevin Walther IDEA: Northeastern’s Venture Accelerator was featured on MSNBC’s ‘Your Business’, presented by American Express OPEN Forum. The five minute segment, which aired on September 23, featured members of the IDEA management team, as well as ventures influences@, Annie Mulz, and Willō Cocktails.The MSNBC crew visited Northeastern this past...

AUTM 2013 Venture Forum Business Plan Competition Accepting Applications The Association of University Technology Managers is seeking academic and research institution-affiliated startup companies to participate in the AUTM 2013 Venture Forum Business Plan Competition, taking place March 1 during the AUTM Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. The first...

As part of its continued commitment to serving Northeastern University’s innovation community, Northeastern University’s Center for Research Innovation (CRI) participated in AdvaMed, the premier medical devices, diagnostic products and health information systems in September. Northeastern ‘s reputation for relevant innovation is continuing to draw interest, a...

Boston, MA.  Northeastern University’s Center for Research Innovation (CRI) has announced its participation in AdvaMed 2012 as part of its continued commitment to serving Northeastern University’s innovation community. With inventions surfacing at a record pace, Northeastern ‘s reputation as a source for relevant innovations is continuing...

When he was 15, Maciej Pietrusinski and his family fled the economic woes of Poland's first attempt at capitalism and immigrated to the United States. Now 33, he is pursuing a promising career in the field of rehabilitation robotics and wearable exoskeleton design. He appreciates the important guidance...

Metamagnetics Inc. is a veteran-owned, small business in Canton, Massachusetts, that has been incorporated since 2008. It is a spin-out from Northeastern University's Center for Microwave Magnetic Materials and Integrated Circuits, known on campus as CM3IC. Metamagnetics develops novel microwave materials and devices for use in...

By Greg St. Martin March 30, 2012 A sustainable urban housing prototype, a sensor-laden shirt that tracks exercise effectiveness and an interactive computer game for people with physical disabilities were among the student and faculty research projects showcased Thursday at RISE:2012, the university’s research, innovation and scholarship...

by Anne-Marie Dinius, Intellectual Property Manager for Northeastern's Center for Research Innovation Two recent legal decisions highlight the importance of exercising caution in the selection of logos, insignia, domain names and other University advertising and marketing materials.  The first of these cases involves a trademark application...