What’s Going on at KUIC

KU start-up school gains popularity among students

If the University of Kansas (KU) experience with its free mini-course Startup School@KU is any indication, universities that want to tap into student demand for more entrepreneurship opportunities should take note.

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School of Business spearheads customer research initiative

With the help of three area companies, the University of Kansas School of Business is introducing a new research initiative this fall that will study the customer experience.

Radars provide critical remap of glaciers

Researchers at the Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets have unlocked important new details below the ice in key areas of Greenland and Antarctica that will reshape how scientists forecast changes to sea level. Data collected through radar systems created at KU provide the first-ever detailed maps of the subsurface conditions on prominent and scientifically important glaciers on opposite sides of the Earth.

Engineering faculty studying security of cloud computing

University of Kansas researchers have received a multimillion-dollar Department of Defense grant designed to build user trust and confidence in the security of cloud computing and to develop techniques that ensure projects run as predicted, without interference.

Researcher exploring why cells resist chemo

Determining which cancer cells will eventually become resistant to chemotherapy could be key in figuring out more effective and targeted forms of treatment.

AIG hosts grand opening of expanded operations in Olathe

American International Group Inc. (AIG) held a ribbon cutting and grand opening of its expansion in Olathe today, which will bring 300 new jobs to Kansas by the end of 2015.

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