Syracuse University

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Syracuse University is a private institution that was founded in 1870. In the center of Upstate New York, Syracuse University provides home to over 21,000 students annually who uphold the motto Suos Cultores Scientia Coronat, knowledge crowns those who seek her. The university has 13 schools and colleges as well as over 40 research centers and institutes as a designated research 1 institution.

On campus you can visit with faculty within the BioInspired Institute which supports research into complex biological systems, with three key research foci on smart materials, form and function as well as development and disease. Faculty at BioInspired come from across campus within life sciences, engineering, physics, and chemistry.

Across campus, the Innovation Law Center students are offered a unique opportunity to experience commercial development of research projects on behalf of the university. Students are provided a solid foundation for careers in a number of settings, including law firms, corporations, government agencies, tech transfer offices as well as consulting.

The Martin J. Whitman School of Management, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, School of Information Studies as well as the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs provide a breath and depth of degrees that encircle the vast array of biotech companies needs within the 21st century.

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