CONNECTING UNIVERSITY KNOWLEDGE AND RESEARCH TO BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY.
INNOVATION. GROWTH. EFFICIENCY.
Questions about your business and coronavirus?
Resources for Maine businesses affected by the novel coronavirus.
Coronavirus-related program changes
Important updates to Office of Innovation and Economic Development programs related to novel coronavirus.
Apply for I-Corps
I-Corps helps foster innovation and entrepreneurship by providing faculty, staff and students with the tools and guidance needed to identify the market opportunity for their STEM-based research.
Developing cancer detection technology
UMaine receives patent for technology to aid in early detection of breast cancer.
Bringing additive metal manufacturing to Maine
The University of Maine Advanced Manufacturing Center is offering additive metal manufacturing services and training to businesses statewide.
We build partnerships, make connections, and communicate in matters of innovation, economic development, and workforce development while empowering new and existing businesses around the state, strengthening the economy, and enabling students, faculty, and staff to pursue innovation and entrepreneurship for the University of Maine System.
MaineBiz reports that MacKay has joined Composites Center
Research, community support continue despite pandemic
Daigneault looks for prosperity through the trees
Ellsworth American interviews nursing student about Bangor-based nonprofit
WABI reports on tourism, economic development project Undiscovered Maine