Ecosystem Access: Bluetech Facilities and Expertise in New England

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Learn how to access core facilities and expertise in New England as the you research, develop, and test your innovations

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SeaAhead and GMRI are creating a resource map of facilities across New England that provide support to bluetech innovators. During this webinar we will lay out our vision for this tool and solicit feedback from bluetech startups about the information that we should include.

We'll also hear from representatives at the University of Maine and UMass Dartmouth who will discuss access to facilities that support startups at their respective institutions, as well as mechanisms for accessing them.

  • Steven Lohrenz, Ph. D, is an educator and researcher in marine science in the School for Marine Science and Technology (SMAST) at UMass Dartmouth. His current research research extends across various themes including climate change impacts on land-ocean interactions, phytoplankton ecology and physiology, and biogeochemical cycling of carbon and other elements in ocean systems. His work also includes applications of optics and remote sensing in the study of biological and biogeochemical patterns and processes in aquatic environments and linkages to terrestrial systems.
  • James Beaupré, Ph. D, is the Director of Industrial Cooperation for the University of Maine. In this role, he develops and coordinates strategic partnerships between the university and organizations and individuals throughout Maine and the world. James’ mission is to connect external partners with university resources to solve problems, support commercialization of UMaine research, and advance economic development in Maine. He works closely with a range of constituents, including companies, trade organizations, nonprofits, and communities. is the Director of Industrial Cooperation for the University of Maine.

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SeaAhead is a benefit corporation with the mission of supporting new venture development at the intersection of innovation + sustainability + the oceans. Our ecosystem includes technologists, scientists, startups, corporations, governments and other ocean stakeholders that are coming together to create impact in areas including greener shipping and ports, aquaculture and fishery processes, offshore alternative energy and smart cities. More information at http://www.sea-ahead.com

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