Again this year, Arne Hessenbruch of Boston Denmark Partnerships will lecture and teach in 3.207, an MIT course on innovation and commercialization. The course explores in-depth projects on a particular materials-based technology. Students investigate the science and technology of materials advances and their strategic value, explore potential applications for fundamental advances, and determine intellectual property related to the materials technology and applications. They map progress with presentations, and are expected to create an end-of-term document enveloping technology, intellectual property, applications, and potential commercialization. Lectures cover aspects of technology, innovation, entrepreneurship, intellectual property, and commercialization of fundamental technologies.