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21st Century Technology Commercialization – A New Contact Sport

Judy was a speaker in the Joseph Priestley Society Lecture Series at the Chemical Heritage Foundation, in Philadelphia, PA.  Her talk was titled "21st Century Technology Commercialization – A New Contact Sport".  Judy discusses Open Innovation and its corporate implications, the need to education scientists and engineers to give them the lens of the market, and how embracing diversity benefits all.  Click here to listen to the audio from the lecture provided by CHF!

Research to Innovation to Venture: An Education and Venture Development Process... GOAL: Sustainable Materials Commercialization and Innovator Preparation

At the Nanomanufacturing Summit 2011 in Boston, MA, Judy presented "Research to Innovation to Venture: An Education and Venture Development Process... GOAL: Sustainable Materials Commercialization and Innovator Preparation" in the "High Performance Green Nanomaterials for Electronics & Industrial Applications" session.  Judy discusses how education can prepare scientists and engineers to become the innovators needed in today's economy, and that embracing the lens of the market concurrent with the lens of research is the path to realizing innovations.

Transforming the Practices and Rationale for Educational Programs to Aid Academic Researchers in Translating Research into Innovations and Ventures

The award winning paper "Transforming the Practices and Rationale for Educational Programs to Aid Academic Researchers in Translating Research into Innovations and Ventures" written by Judy Giordan, Joseph Steig and their colleagues from NCIIA.  This paper was presented on June 28 at the 118th Annual ASEE (American Society of Engineering Educators) Conference. It was awarded "best paper" in the Entrepreneurship & Engineering Innovation Division of ASEE.