MIN-Corps is the University of Minnesota site for the National Innovation Corps, with funding from the National Science Foundation, and additional support from 3M and individual donors. We are part of an NSF initiative to expand STEM students’ and scientists’ skill set out of the laboratory to translate their discoveries into the commercial world.
MIN-Corps leaders come from the College of Science and Engineering, the Holmes Center for Entrepreneurship in the Carlson School of Management, and the Office for Technology Commercialization. Faculty members have records as talented STEM entrepreneurs, investors, and/or entrepreneurship educators. (Click on the pictures for bios.)