2016 CSUV Innovation Symposium Abstract Submission Page
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Thanks for your interest in presenting a poster at the 2016 CSU Ventures Innovation Symposium.
University Innovation is about finding new and novel ways to increase the impact of your research.  If you think your research fits this description, then you are in the right spot! We hope to have ~40 posters presenting their research at this year's symposium.   The most innovative research from Engineering, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Creative Works will win cash, so fill out the information below and throw your hat in the ring!  The questions below replace the traditional abstract submission, so once you submit your answers, your abstract is finished!  Be sure to read the questions carefully and answer each question fully.

Abstract submission is open until midnight, Wednesday, March 9th, 2016. 

If you are chosen to present a poster, we will notify you via email by March 11, 2016.

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Please enter the information indicated below.

First Name:
Last Name:
Job Title:
Email Address:

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Please List your Departmental affiliation.


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How did you find out about the 2016 CSUV Innovation Symposium?
CSUV website
Talking with a CSUV Ambassador
Talking with a CSUV Staff
Innovation Symposium Flyer
Information presented at another CSU Event
CSU Collegiate Challenge Website
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Which one of the following categories does your research best fit in?

Engineering (computer science, mechanical, electrical, etc.)
Life Sciences (Biology, Agriculture/Plant Sciences, Ecology, Vet Med, etc.)
Physical Sciences (Chemistry, Physics, etc.)
Creative Works (Design and Merchandising, Music, Liberal Arts, Health and Human Sciences, etc.)
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Please give us a description of your research.

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Why do you think your research is innovative?  


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How do you see your research impacting society?

What sort of problems will your research address and how do you see your research solving those problems?  What commercial applications may result from your work?


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