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Innovation Corps Advisory Committee
(I-Corps ADCOM)


The purpose of the Innovation-Corps Advisory Committee (I-Corps ADCOM) is to advise to the National Science Foundation (NSF) on the direction, development, and enhancement of the I-Corps program. The I-Corps program creates an opportunity for merging together technological, entrepreneurial, and business know-how to bring discoveries ripe for commercialization out of academic labs.  These results may be valuable new technologies, products and services with near-term benefits to industry, the economy and society.

The I-Corps ADCOM meets two-to-three times a year. Members represent academic, technological, entrepreneurial, and business communities.

Inquiries/recommendations regarding the I-Corps ADCOM may be directed to Dedric A. Carter: dacarter@nsf.gov.


The upcoming I-Corps Advisory Committee Meeting will be held at the National Science Foundation on July 18th, 2012. For details please refer to the following Meeting Information section.

Click here to access NSF Directorate and Office Advisory Committees Website.


July 18, 2012 Agenda | Minutes


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