This non-credit course is designed to introduce members of the research community to issues relating to starting and growing a technology based business. It is targeted at graduate students, post-docs, faculty, technicians and others active in research in a scientific or engineering discipline, who have an interest in creating a company to exploit the results of their research.
The series targets researchers in biological and physical sciences and engineering. It assumes no prior knowledge of business and offers lectures on a diverse range of topics including finding financing, defining markets, hiring teams and protecting intellectual property. You can view the course outline below.
Intellectual capital is the lifeblood of your venture. Of course you want to properly protect your ideas and innovations. But perhaps more importantly you should have a broader strategy on how to best capitalize on your innovations.
You should come out of the seminar with some basic tools for assessing your intellectual capital and a set of strategies for effectively capitalizing on it.
Registration is free and required.
In person: Join us for interactive discussion and networking.
Webcast: Can't make it? Join the live webcast.
Added by nickglanville5 on December 10, 2007