The Portland state university has always been in the forefront in enhancing innovation and creativity among all the members of the institutions fraternity. The institution has placed numerous programs and initiated vast forums in which all the stakeholders acquire a platform generate, initiate and sustain their innovative and creative technologies that aim at improving the social welfare as well as making life processes far much easier.
The institution has enormous reputation in indulging excellence in all who go through its unique programs. For instance, the institution derive its pride from the numerous social workers and students whom the institution has transformed in to great computer programmers, engineers and numerous scientists who daily comes up with project ideas that solves numerous problems that faces the today’s society thus improving the entire world.
The institution has also developed a number polices frameworks through its technology transfer offices such as the IIP, PSU and the research faculty to help the innovators see their innovations going beyond the walls of the institution and into the world where it can have most meaningful impact. Here I will be able to highlight some of the researchers’, their projects and the impacts it has attained in the current society. These entails identifying the most pressing issues in the today’s society and the current solutions to those problems developed through creative and innovative processes by the researchers in the Portland state university.
Most of the recent technology aims at answering the question of saving lives. As a result, many of the recent technologies have been directed towards this endeavor. With the institution’s support, Dr. Rob Strongin successfully developed a procedure for recognizing a biomarker component that is a key aspect in indicating the early stages of ovarian cancer.
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