Q&A with Dorian Rader about the Tech Navigator Program

Thema Blog, Entrepreneurship, Talent and Skill Development, Technology, Technology Commercialization

By City Alive staff | November 21, 2017 By City Alive staff | November 21, 2017 By City Alive staff | November 21, 2017 In Fall of 2017, City Alive and its partners launched a pilot program called the Tech Navigator program to assist in technology transfer and the commercialization of research. We interviewed Dorian Rader, the program’s lead tech …

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Entrepreneurship Inbetween: Where Bitcoin Meets New Mexico Film

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Lisa Adkins

Technology Commercialization: Can it be easy?

Lisa Adkins Connecting People and Places, Entrepreneurship, Technology Commercialization

The potential to create startups from the research and technology we have sitting right here in our backyard is too big of an opportunity to overlook. A few years ago, after City Alive’s planning year, poet Hakim Bellamy wrote, “There’s a city inside me, and it’s alive.” I couldn’t have said it better. Our work and our city are living, …

Hakim Bellamy Reading Poem City Alive

The Story of City Alive

City Alive Aligned Contributions, Capital and Financing, Connecting People and Places, Entrepreneurship, Policy Change, Racial Equity, Talent and Skill Development, Technology Commercialization

City Alive, a name inspired by poet and entrepreneur Hakim Bellamy, represents growth in Albuquerque’s Integration Initiative; with an eye to the past, we are working toward a future with opportunity for all in Albuquerque who seek it. From when it was first spoken to a room of over a hundred volunteers who worked tirelessly to set our course to …

Data Check-In: Here’s Where ABQ Stands

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Since 2013, Albuquerque’s Living Cities Integration Initiative has been working on creating more jobs and prosperity in Albuquerque, from the ground up. Here’s where Albuquerque stands. The Albuquerque Living Cities Integration Initiative is focused on collecting and reviewing three different types of data: long-term outcomes focused on wide-spread job creation and economic mobility, medium-term outcomes focused on growing businesses, and …

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New Mexico Ranks Number One For Science and Tech…

City Alive Aligned Contributions, Connecting People and Places, Entrepreneurship, Science, Technology, Technology Commercialization

New Mexico leads the nation in science and technology assets, and bringing that technology to markets is one of the keys to economic growth in our state. Lisa Kuttula, president and CEO of STC.UNM–UNM’s technology transfer and economic development arm–talks about how we can better connect to the wealth of laboratory and research resources available thoruhgout New Mexico. Filmed at …

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Second Major Tech Commercialization Entity Confirmed at Innovate ABQ

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The Air Force Research Laboratory will be the relocating their Technology Engagement Office to the UNM Rainforest, making it the second major technology commercialization entity to locate at the site. The ground is broken and construction is clamoring to build the UNM Rainforest Building, the first building on the new Innovate ABQ site. And a new tenant of the Rainforest …

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Bridging the Digital Divide

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The evolution of building a smart city Recent investments in Albuquerque’s digital infrastructure are poised to provide more access to affordable high-speed internet for businesses and households across Albuquerque and will facilitate the City’s plans for new digital services like smart LED street lighting, faster crime reporting and smart parking meters, said Peter Ambs, Chief Information Officer at the City …

DermaTec CEO Anh-Dung Lee

Albuquerque Biotech Startup Gains National Attention

City Alive Business, Entrepreneurship, Science, Technology, Technology Commercialization

An Albuquerque based biotech business is gaining national attention and possibly saving lives through its ONUSblue patch, a wearable patch that can detect when and how much alcohol a wearer consumes. Albuquerque-based DermaTec is developing a patch that can detect alcohol through a person’s sweat. The patch, called ONUSblue, isn’t scheduled to be released until July, but the company has …