Idaho I-Corps Ignite Demo Day (10 a.m. MT on Thursday, July 8) will feature teams from Idaho universities sharing venture ideas based on their research.
Faculty, post-doctoral, and graduate students from varying academic backgrounds participated in the four-week Idaho I-Corps Ignite summer program. The program delivered training, facilitated connections with service and capital providers, and established a scalable structure for participants seeking to go to market with their ideas. Participants worked with the Venture College and a network of mentors to refine their solutions into ventures through research, customer discovery, and idea validation.
Boise State teams and projects
• Multi-printer compatible nanoparticle inks for advanced manufacturing methodologies
– Tony Valayil Varghese, research scientist, Advanced Nanomaterials and Manufacturing Lab, Micron School of Material Science and Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering
– Harish Subbaraman, INFlex Labs, LLC (Boise, Idaho)
–Dean Turnbaugh, NTVUSA (Austin,Texas)
• Repurposed Plastics
– Scott Phillips, professor of materials science and engineering
– Anna Drennan, School Manager of the Micron School of Materials Science & Engineering
• “Regenerate and Redo” — Software tools that integrate with 3D game engines to optimize real-time multi-player training and learning.
– Brett Shelton, professor, educational Technology