Welcome to Innovation Park at Penn State, an ecosystem where business, education and research come together.
Innovation Park at Penn State offers 118-acres of remarkable office, manufacturing and research space, and is part of one of the world’s premier research institutions, with access to Penn State’s scientific, engineering, technology and business resources, as well as the support services needed to transfer knowledge from the University to the marketplace. The network of resources available at Innovation Park supports early-stage entrepreneurs and established businesses alike. Innovation Park at Penn State is home to the Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel—a 300-room hotel with world class conference facilities. Just a few miles from the University Park Airport and directly off of Interstate-99, the Park is easily accessible for travelers.
Penn State’s Center for Innovative Materials through Direct Digital Deposition (CIMP-3D) invites you to attend the National Forum on Additive Manufacturing Education & Training on October 11–12, 2016 at the Penn Stater Conference Center & Hotel.
REGISTER HERE by October 1.
Click below to learn more about the event and the keynote speaker.
New Investment Showcase will move Brilliant Ideas from Imaginations to Markets
Invent Penn State is pleased to usher in an exciting new event—the first ever Invent Penn State Venture & IP Conference. The goal of the event is to bring together promising technology companies from across the country with investors seeking ground-floor investment opportunities. This is an exclusive forum for industry, investors, and start-ups to see disruptive innovations from Penn State’s faculty and student entrepreneurs as well as alumni start-ups. This inaugural event will showcase groundbreaking innovations, intellectual property, start-ups, and technology companies from sectors including life sciences, agriculture, energy, materials, advanced manufacturing, educational technology, and communications.
Learn more about what this conference means for the Centre Region.
Tucked away in a quiet corner of the Technology Center at Innovation Park, you’ll find the offices of Don McCandless and Jim Pietropaolo. Experts in technology start-ups, they serve as Directors of Business Development for Ben Franklin Technology Partners, an economic development program with 30+ years of experience helping technology companies grow.
McCandless and Pietropaolo are resources for start-ups that participate in the TechCelerator program (mentoring sessions to help launch technology-based start-ups) and for individuals who have intellectual property and are looking for business advice. They urge all researchers with an idea and intellectual property to utilize their services.
Keystone Nano Tests Promising New Cancer Treatments
Keystone Nano, a State College-based biopharmaceutical company, is developing new treatments in the fight against cancer and its new, potentially ground-breaking therapies could be available sooner rather than later.
The company is currently developing three different approaches to cancer therapy with products that address liver cancer, leukemia, and breast cancer.