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June 21, 2020

Opportunity Corps 2023

Applications are now open for the 2023 Opportunity Corps program for women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math and for Black and African American entrepreneurs.The UNeTech Institute and Bio Nebraska are accepting applications for Opportunity Corps:...

Opportunity Corps: Women in STEAM graduates 19 fellows from inaugural program

UNeTech Institute is proud to announce the graduation of 19 women from Opportunity Corps: Women in STEAM, a ten-month education program focused on entrepreneurship and leadership development that matches women academic and industry professionals in Science,...

A commonwealth of innovation: the importance of technology transfer

Who owns the inventions made from university research? It is a fundamentally technical question that seems best answered by serious people wearing dark suits, possibly on weekend C-SPAN. It is the sort of question you likely need three different reference books and a...

Excellence through Failure – There’s a Reason it’s One of Our Values

At UNeTech we write a lot of grants. Most of them we don’t get, except the ones we do. UNeTech had a busy spring writing and submitting a wide variety of proposals. Two of them were funded and, with a recent spate of good news, I wanted to take a few moments to thank...

Big Government, Small Business: A Guide to the SBIR and STTR Programs

Part 5: Tragedy Averted: The SBIR/STTR Extension Act of 2022 In this series, Jace Gatzemeyer discusses the history, legacy, goals, successes, and shortcomings of the SBIR and STTR programs. Dr. Gatzemeyer is UNeTech’s Grant Writer, and one aspect of his job involves...

What is UNeTech, Reverently?

I believe in what UNeTech does. Chancellor Dr. Jeffrey Gold has said, more than twice, the research doesn’t end until it touches a patient’s life. For me, at my core, it’s simply a privilege to work at UNeTech and be a link in the chain that connects discovery to...

Living up to the potential: Rebranding MicroWash

A mere two weeks into my internship at the UNeTech Institute, I met with my first official “client” James Young, founder of MicroWash. Despite my short time here and “intern” title, my supervisor Stephanie Kidd, UNeTech's communications strategist, wasted no time...

MTVA Report: Automated Antibiogram >or< how I learned to stop worrying and read a business strategy canvas

We here at UNeTech are so proud to have started publishing our strategies with the MicroWash! James Young and the UNMC Emergency Department have demonstrated what can be accomplished when inventors and entrepreneurs work together to start something new. It’s a...

Communication Strategy on a 72-Hour Deadline

Two weeks ago, Founder and CEO of the Microwash --- James Young --- told us he had three days until a number of events occurred: he would have a booth at the Inside Outside Conference in Lincoln, Neb.; he would pitch his invention at 1M Cups in Omaha; and he would...

Welcome to UNeTech, Ambrea!

Hello, I’m Ambrea Schreck - the newest member of the UNeTech Institute Communications Team! My focus on the Communications Team will be graphic and web design.Ambrea Shreck, UNeTech Institute Communications InternI grew up in Carroll, Iowa and I’m a senior at Iowa...
Opportunity Corps 2023

Opportunity Corps 2023

Applications are now open for the 2023 Opportunity Corps program for women in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math and for Black and African American entrepreneurs.The UNeTech Institute and Bio Nebraska are accepting applications for Opportunity Corps:...

What is UNeTech, Reverently?

What is UNeTech, Reverently?

I believe in what UNeTech does. Chancellor Dr. Jeffrey Gold has said, more than twice, the research doesn’t end until it touches a patient’s life. For me, at my core, it’s simply a privilege to work at UNeTech and be a link in the chain that connects discovery to...

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