UNM Rainforest Innovations, the technology-transfer and economic development organization for the University of New Mexico (UNM), has a student internship program that teaches UNM students about university technology transfer and the intersection of business, science, and law. Over the
UNM Rainforest Innovations has launched a new program called the Rainforest Accelerator. The 10-week long program follows the footsteps of the UNM I-Corps Program and trains teams of entrepreneurial-minded faculty and students on how to transition their STEM-related technology
Jonathan Owen, M.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Internal Medicine
The University of New Mexico
Dr. Owen’s research interests include:
Percutaneous endovascular arteriovenous fistulas
CO-Investigator on the TRIDENT study which is creating a tissue database for research into diabetic
Zachariah Ben is one of the newest Tribal Liaisons to join the New Mexico Tribal Entrepreneurship Enhancement Program.
UNM Rainforest Innovations was awarded an Economic Development Administration (EDA) American Rescue Plan Economic Adjustment Assistance grant in April to help
Pajarito Powder is an Albuquerque-based startup commercializing technology developed at the University of New Mexico and Los Alamos National Laboratory. Their new headquarters, projected to open in Spring 2023, will be nearly triple the size of their current manufacturing