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The Office of Intellectual Property and Commercialization is the stop for any student, staff, or faculty interested in moving their ideas and innovations into beneficial applications with societal impacts. We provide support and answer questions on the process for patenting and licensing inventions. We also provide services to help you further innovate and test ideas or inventions through Alaska Center ICE. Please direct any questions to uaf-oipc@alaska.edu or call us at (907) 474-2605, We are here to serve you!

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It’s Startup Week - North to the Future: Startup, Pivot, Thrive!

Startup Week is a celebration of entrepreneurship in Alaska and in connecting the entrepreneurial ecosystem across the State. Find a list of events already planned with registration links to attend the webinars.  https://alaska.startupweek.co

OIPC and Center ICE Welcome Evelyn Jacome

Evelyn, orginally from Ecuador, earned a bachelors degree in economics from the University of St.Thomas in Minnesota, and a masters degree in entrpreneurship from the University of Westminster, London. More recently, she managed a seed fund through Weaber State University’s Wildcat Microfund.

UAF Partnership Wins SBIR Catalyst Award

The University of Alaska Fairbanks is among four universities that will receive a $150,000 federal grant to help minority business owners access funding for research and development.

UAF's Flood Monitoring Technology Uses Machine Learning

Inventors from the University of Alaska Fairbanks Tim Petty and Prashant Dhingra, have received a Notice of Allowance from the United States Patent & Trademark Office for their patent application 16/016,243 directed toward "Streamflow Hydrology Estimate using Machine Learning" (SHEM).

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