Working with UA and its Research Foundation
The University of Akron's research services offer support for:
- Providing access to research expertise
- Facilitating testing and research services
- Licensing UA technology
- Providing graduate student interns
- Entrepreneurs and startups:
- Conducting customer discovery and market research
- Mentorship by experienced UARF Senior Fellows
- Providing paths to funding
- Adding student interns to supplement your team
- Supporting grant applications
- Helping with technology commercialization
- Partnering to reach out to customers and learn about markets
- Patenting and licensing new technologies
- Providing internships and unique opportunities
- Forming teams to learn what its like to launch a product through I-Corps Sites
- Making investment recommendations on real companies through NEOSVF
- Supporting area businesses through internship partnerships
UA biologist Dr. Hazel Barton is part of the team doing pioneering work in a cave in New Mexico.
The researchers have received an $840,000 grant to collaborate on projects for NASA and the International Space Station.
A helmet that doesn’t get hot, even in hot weather? The technology developed by a UA research team could benefit soldiers and motorcycle riders alike.
Biomedical engineering student Chloe Tennant is presenting her research on the risk assessment of Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Trevor Bauer’s recent finger injury at the 2016 Heal Ohio Conference.