MOSafely, a project supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) has been accepted in the the UCF I-Corp Summer Cohort. MOSafely is an open-source community that leverages evidence-based research, data, and Artificial Intelligence to help youth and young adults engage more safely online.

UCF has been selected by the National Science foundation (NSF) to provide Florida’s first implementation of one of the agency’s flagship programs, an I-Corps Site. The I-Corps Site’s purpose is to foster innovation among faculty and students, promote regional coordination and linkages in the innovation ecosystem, as well as develop a National Innovation Network. The $300,000 NSF I-Corps funding will enable UCF to reach even more potential inventors and innovators

Pictured (Left to Right: Pamela Wisniewski – Academic Lead, Xavier Caddle – Entrepreneurial Lead, Jason Fisher – Industry Mentor, Jan Edwards – Industry Mentor, Svetlana Shtrom – Tech Transfer, Andrea Adkins – Tech Transfer)

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