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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...

March 12, 2012 -- Boston, MA Two students and one alumnus are one step closer to seeing their vision become a reality.  Tom Olsen, a 2011 graduate of the College of Engineering; Preston Turk, a freshman business major; and Robert Hertig, a senior engineering major; have...

IDEA, Northeastern's student-run venture accelerator, announced today the start of a new Prototype Fund -- a joint effort by IDEA and the Center for Research Innovation (CRI) to advance the rapidly growing entrepreneurial atmosphere at Northeastern.  The announcement came during IDEA's standing-room-only NEXPO event, which showcases student-run businesses and entrepreneurship. "The...

Max Kilb is a duct tape wizard, Lindsey Burke has an eye for design and Nikki Makwinski can bake almost anything in her dorm room.All three were in the Curry Student Center last Friday afternoon to sell their products and promote their new businesses at...

Ken Gordon, Partner, Goodwin Procter Bill Schnoor, Partner, Goodwin Procter On Friday morning, Bill Schnoor and Ken Gordon joined CRI for an informal breakfast where they introduced participants to a unique program at Goodwin Procter entitled Founder’s Workbench. Founder’s Workbench provides a free self-service document generator to assist...

Peter Osborn, Senior Associate, WilmerHale  While enjoying boxed lunches, a group of students, faculty, staff, and alumni listened to Peter Osborn of WilmerHale as he carefully detailed the protocols for setting up a business -- discussing such topics as incorporation, partnerships, taxation, intellectual property, investors, and...