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Jacob Johnson has a strong passion and history of knowledge-creation and relationship-building in the innovation community. Currently, his firm, innovosource, acts as a partner and support mechanism to high-tech companies and investors to identify future technologies and create innovation partnerships with research institutions.
Prior to innovosource, Jacob was a consultant to the DARPA Microsystems Technology Office, and a founding member of three, technology transfer, business development and corporate relations units at the University of Minnesota.
He is also the author and investigator on multiple reports on tech/start-up gap funding and U-I partnerships.
Jacob received BA degrees(biology, business) from Luther College, and an MSMOT-an executive business degree focused on managing/leading in high-tech and innovation intensive environments-from the University of Minnesota, which included residencies in England, Malta, Russia, Singapore, and Vietnam.
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