NCET2 – Offering New Job Listing Website For SBIR/STTR Companies Looking For Universities, Faculty And Grad Students
The National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer (NCET2) works with over 200 research universities and educates thousands of faculty, grad students and post-docs each year on commercializing their research.
They recently added a job listing section to their website so that SBIRs proposers can more easily find university researchers. If you would like to work with some of the best researchers in the world on your existing or next SBIR application, please submit your current openings for researchers or solicitations for principle investigators (PIs) at “Job Opportunities” at http://center.ncet2.org.
With SBIR/STTR applications becoming increasingly competitive you can gain a winning edge by hiring university faculty, grad students and post-docs for your SBIR/STTR projects.
The listings are free and are a service to our researchers taking our very popular commercialization courses, so please use the website for your researcher needs. Positions can be full-time, part-time or virtual. The positions also can be paid positions or internships.
The National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer (NCET2) represents an informal group of universities from around the country who seek to bring entrepreneurs and private equity investors into the innovation economy through involvement in the creation and funding of tech transfer start-ups at the university.
The term “entrepreneurial tech transfer” is used to highlight the focus on entrepreneur recruitment, start-up creation, and funding, in contrast to traditional tech transfer, which generally relies on licensing patents to more established companies as a means to commercialize university and federal lab R&D.
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