- Associated Press - Tuesday, November 24, 2015

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Loyola University New Orleans says its business students will work with engineers at NASA’s Stennis Space Center to market a new technology patent.

A news release says five students in a new master’s-degree course will choose a patent from a portfolio offered by Stennis. Over four months, they’ll work with NASA engineers to develop a business plan and get it to the market.

The program will be taught by professors Rob Lalka and Jon Atkinson.

The partnership is part of a NASA program called Technology Transfer University. It seeks to engage business students to use NASA intellectual property and spur economic development and growth.


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