UNH start-up looks to commercialize anti-fatigue gel

In a statement, Tristan Carrier, licensing manager in UNH’s Office for Research Partnerships and Commercialization, called Wakup the “most recent example of the innovative and creative research at UNH being used to address a market need. We are eager to work with our researchers to keep growth opportunities like these local and create jobs in the state.”


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