Entrepreneurship and Innovation Partnerships
Building Binghamton University's entrepreneurial ecosystem one step at a time is at the heart of everything we do.
When faculty, students or staff make an invention, the Office of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Partnerships serves as the campus resource to help assess, protect and leverage the underlying intellectual property rights.
When professors want to bring entrepreneurial thinking into their classrooms, we're there to help. And our efforts in innovation-based economic development strive to ensure that this area, once called the Valley of Opportunity, will live up to its nickname again.
START-UP NY will foster entrepreneurialism and job creation on a large scale by transforming public higher education through tax-free communities across the state, particularly upstate.
For information on the program at Binghamton University, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Technology Disclosure
The new technology disclosure process has been automated. Disclosures may be submitted here. If you have not previously submitted a disclosure through the new system, please follow these directions:
- Request new account here
- Enter your email address
- Submit the request
- Enter the required information
- Click Create an Account
Your request for a new account will be approved within 24 hours.
For questions regarding the submission process, contact Laura Holmes at 607-777-5871.
We are in the early stages of implementing a program for Binghamton University students that will enable them to bring their ideas to life in an entrepreneurial educational experience.
Stay tuned as this program develops. If you are interested in participating, e-mail email@example.com.
Technology Commercialization Clinic
We are working with the Syracuse University Law School on a program to help commercialize technology.
Greater Binghamton Scholastic Challenge
The Greater Binghamton Scholastic Challenge (GBSC) allows students in grades 9 through 12 to develop ideas and businesses that impact the community. Students form teams, write comprehensive business plans and then present their ideas at the final competition. The winning team receives scholarship money to start its business or use for college. We are proud to be a sponsor of this growing program. To participate in the program, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.