Anyone interested in innovation, technology, and entrepreneurship is invited to network with more than 100 university and college student innovators and entrepreneurs in YII's highly interactive and unusual networking event, where you will solve a series of brainstorming challenges and network meaningfully with all of the participants. The brainstorm challenges in the BrainBuzz will include technologies for the developing world, as well as local and non-local social ventures, and participants will have an opportunity to improve these technologies to benefit those in need.
Hosted on the Carnegie Mellon University campus by Project Olympus (olympus.cs.cmu.edu/)
View a video of a past BrainBuzz - http://www.younginventors.org/brainbuzz
YII conference (Friday is open to students only; Saturday is open to the community and the students) - http://www.younginventors.org/conference
Register for the BrainBuzz ($25; space is limited and registration closes on at midnight on April 2nd - unless spots fill up ealier) - http://www.younginventors.org/confreg.php5
YII is a not-for-profit organization that works with 2,000 university students in the United States and Canada to provide the students with skills and networks to bring new technologies to market. YII has held conferences at the University of Toronto and MIT, and has presented workshops at more than 20 universities. For more information, visit www.younginventors.org.
Questions? Email Anne at [email protected].
We look forward to seeing you!
Added by Anne S on March 22, 2009