Nebraska Innovation Campus making progress
By: Lauren Fabrizi
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“We will engage the private sector in joint research, joint opportunities for students that creates valuable for the university and the company,” Exec. Dir. Dan Duncan said.
According to Duncan, buildings of the sort are in demand in our area.
“The marketing research that’s been done shows that we really don’t have any available wet lab space of any significance in the region, nor research quality greenhouse space as well,” he said.
A number of companies, including Con A
The campus will also include a business accelerator, which will give start–up businesses the tools they need to move forward.
“This will help encourage entrepreneurship and innovation within the state as well,” Terence Bowden, the business accelerator director, said. “And help boost the whole part of the economy up, and try to grow
The business accelerator will be up and going this fall. The university will choose up to 10 businesses to help out.
You can apply online beginning in June, just click here.