Who are we?

The Office of Intellectual Property and Commercialization is the stop for any student, staff, or faculty interested in moving their ideas and innovations into beneficial applications with societal impacts. We provide support and answer questions on the process for patenting and licensing inventions. We also provide services to help you further innovate and test ideas or inventions through Alaska Center ICE. Please direct any questions to uaf-oipc@alaska.edu or call us at (907) 474-2605, We are here to serve you!

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For Faculty, Staff, and Students

Do you have a great idea?!

Submit your innovation
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Enter the annual invention competition

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For Companies

Learn about UA technology

Technologies available for licensing
How to work with us

Find out more on our technologies  - UAF at the ibridge network

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Center ICE

Looking for Innovation or Startup Resources?

OIPC partners with Center ICE to provide innovation and startup experiences, funding and the Innovation Guild.

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Alaska Center ICE Community Challenge

Is there a problem you want solved?

Real problems students can solve
Community submitted problems

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Welcome: Arctic Innovator Dr. Nathan Prisco

The first Arctic Innovator, Dr. Nathan Prisco, started on Sept. 14 and will be working on an ammonia-based technology with the potential to transform Alaska’s energy economy and satisfy growing demand for cleaner fuels in the maritime industry (click here for DNV GL’s market outlook report).

ICE Jam Series Professional Networking Event Oct. 6!

ICE Jam is for anyone and everyone wanting to get involved in the startup community. It offers workshops, social events, networking opportunities and more!  Register for the event here.


IDEAs Award Winners Could Change DNA Research

This year’s UAF top IDEAs Award went to Andrej Podlutsky and Robert Williams of the UAF Institute of Arctic Biology and Department of Biology and Wildlife for their Vertical Comet: A novel electrophoresis assay design.

Aquagga Continues to Make an Impact

If the Aquagga technology can be proven to remove some of the carbon and break down the PFAS in the leachate, it will be one step closer to technical validation. The PFAS breakdown requires specialized testing and the team is eagerly awaiting the lab results.

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