Photonics Professor Jonathan Klamkin Receives NASA Early Career Faculty Space Technology Research Grant
Photonics Assistant Professor Jonathan Klamkin recently received the NASA Early Career Faculty...
A turnkey, all-inclusive price structure includes cost of space, common areas, permits, taxes, utilities and overhead allowing companies to focus on core business execution.
Tenants of the Business Innovation Center gain access to:
Companies aligned with Photonic Center faculty research have priority in reserving space in the Innovation Center and companies in the Center are encouraged to engage with faculty and students to enhance the entrepreneurial culture within the university. Companies may hire student interns, collaborate with faculty and jointly participate with faculty and the Photonics Center staff in pursuit of Sponsored Research funding.
There is a simplified and streamlined application process for companies seeking space in the Business Innovation Center. Prospective tenants would initially provide a non-proprietary business
executive summary and disclosure of conflicts and the university would follow-up with a Premise License Agreement. Companies leasing laboratory space would also complete a Laboratory Design Checklist, a Hazardous Material Survey and an Equipment Inventory document. Each tenant would also need to have appropriate levels of Commercial General Liability insurance and Workers Compensation Insurance documented with current Certificate of Insurance. For more information about the Business Innovation Center, please contact Assistant Director Tom Dudley at (617) 358-4924.