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Post Doctoral Research Engineer Boise, ID
The Department of Computer Science at Boise State University invites applications for a Post Doctoral Research Engineer to join the Dairy Research and Innovation Hub project. This role will assist in research, software development, writing reports, supervision of graduate students and working with industry partners.
Intellectual Property Coordinator Boise, ID
Do you have experience with patents and docketing for intellectual property? Want to work at Boise State University? The Office of Technology Transfer at Boise State University seeks an Intellectual Property Coordinator to support in the translation of university research. This role will coordinate the intellectual property and agreement activities of OTT through the management of databases and docketing systems to ensure data and document integrity, compliance with sponsor requirements, and accurate reporting of OTT activities. This position is hybrid-eligible with the expectation of being on campus in Boise, Idaho 2-3 days per week.


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