Here is this month's newsworthy headlines highlighting great University partnerships with corporate partners. Click each school for the full story.
The Swanson School of Engineering is actively forming partnerships with the private sector, leveraging its nationally recognized research in additive manufacturing, bioengineering, energy, nanotechnology, and other areas.
A key partnership will soon take off at The University of Queensland, as Boeing Research and Technology Australia establishes a presence at the UQ St Lucia campus, in an Asia-Pacific first.
A new lab at the University of Washington will bring together a multitude of stakeholders - urban planners, city officials, researchers, truck freight carriers, logistics experts, commercial developers, and companies like UPS, Nordstrom, and Costco - to come up with solutions that improve the way goods are delivered to our homes.
New Jersey's largest hospital chain intends to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to help catapult Rutgers University's medical schools into the "big 10" of research and educational institutions in the nation, NJ Advance Media has learned.
AARP and the University of Illinois announced the grand opening of The Tech Nest at AARP in Research Park, the latest addition to AARP's Innovation portfolio. The new technology lab, a 2,700 square-foot innovation-focused facility, enables AARP to collaborate with students and faculty on leading-edge, technology-based research and creative solutions to address the needs of the 50-plus population.
UC Davis received $760 million in external research funding for fiscal year 2015-16, down slightly from last year's all-time high of $786 million. UCD was fourth overall among University of California campuses, which received a combined total of just above $6 billion from all external sponsors during fiscal year 2015-16.
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