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Yale Innovation & Entrepreneurship Happenings

 

Sept. 26, 2016

 

Blavatnik Fund Info Session & BioHaven this Wednesday

Erika R. Smith, Director of the Blavatnik Fund for Innovation at Yale, is presenting an info session on the Fund on Wed., Sept. 28, 3-4pm at Brady Auditorium. Yale faculty and researchers are eligible to receive up to $100,000 for Pilot Grants and up to $300,000 for Development Grants. Details and registration here. Directly following is a BioHaven event on the Bioscience Investor Outlook at the Anylan Center. Details and registration here.

 
Jen Milikowsky

Yale Startup Creates Opportunities for Small Farms

Walden Hill, founded by Jennifer Milikowsky (MBA/FES '15),  is giving farmers a way to raise pigs without the associated risk and creating a tastier pork thanks to the pigs’ acorn-fed diet. The pork has become a favorite of regional chefs and has created a viable business model for small farmers. Read more at YEI.

 

Yale Venture Chops Snacks Chosen for Chobani Food Incubator

Chops Snacks, a Yale startup developing all-natural beef jerky from premium beef brisket, was one of six teams admitted into a new incubator for food-related ventures from yogurt giant Chobani. Over 400 teams applied for support from the New York-based Chobani Food Incubator which includes a $25,000 grant. Read more at YEI.

Chops Snacks
 
Michelle Peluso

Growing CT's "Pitch Culture"

YEI Mentor Mary Anne Rooke is featured in a recent article in the Hartford Business Journal on the rising culture of entrepreneurship and live pitch events happening across Connecticut. There are more opportunities than ever for entrepreneurs in the state to get exposure to potential investors. Read more at the Hartford Business Journal.

 
 

MON., SEPT. 26, 6pm: STARTUP GRIND W/ MICHELLE PELUSO. Michelle Peluso,  a Venture Partner at Technology Crossover Ventures (an early investor in Facebook, Uber, LinkedIn & Netflix) is speaking at Startup Grind; co-hosted by YEI. At Dwight Hall, 67 High St. REGISTER HERE.

WED., SEPT. 28, 2pm: BLAVATNIK FUND INFO SESSION. Erika R. Smith, Director of the Blavatnik Fund for Innovation at Yale, is presenting an info session on the Fund which is now accepting applications. In addition to an overview of the Fund requirements and application process, the Info Session will include a Q&A, discussion from faculty investigators and opportunities to discuss your discoveries with Licensing Leads from OCR. At Brady Auditorium, 310 Cedar St. REGISTER HERE.

THURS., SEPT. 29, 6pm: DREAM, GIRL SCREENING & PANEL. HVN Lady Project and YEI present a special screening and thought-provoking panel discussion of Dream, Girl, a documentary showcasing the stories of inspiring & ambitious female entrepreneurs. At Luce Hall. DETAILS AND REGISTRATION.

THURS., OCT. 6, 4-5pm: INNOVATOR'S TOOLKIT: COMMON LEGAL STARTUP ISSUES. Join us for a talk by Fredo Silva, Associate at Morrison & Foerster LLP, where you will learn all about common startup legal questions and how to navigate them. REGISTER HERE.

TUES., SEPT. 27, 8:30-9:30am: WOMEN INNOVATORS BREAKFAST SERIES KICKOFF W/ KYLE GIBSON. A series that is designed to foster community discussion, idea sharing, best practices, business fundamentals among Yale-affiliated women. First session features Emmy award-winning journalist Kyle Gibson, longtime produce of ABC News Nightline and Executive Producer of Women in the World. At YEI, 254 Elm St.,  SIGN UP HERE.

WED., SEPT. 28, 4-6pm: BIOHAVEN PRESENTS BIOSCIENCE INVESTOR OUTLOOK. A diverse and deeply experienced panel of bioscience investors explain the venture capital trends of 2016 as well as look to where the capital will be flowing in 2017. At TAC. DETAILS AND REGISRTATION

FRI., SEPT. 30, 11am-1pm: LEAN STARTUPS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE. Join us for the first of this year's Environmental and Social Entrepreneurship Professional Skills Workshops.  This first workshop will be led by Michel Gelobter, author of "Lean Startups for Social Change." At Evans Hall, 4400. REGISTER HERE.

FRI., OCT. 7, 11am-1pm: YALE INNOVATION SERIES - HEAR FROM BIOTECH VCs. A talk with Christine Brennan, Principal at Novartis Venture Fund. Lunch provided. At TAC, 300 Cedar St. REGISTER HERE.

WED., OCT 19, 5:30-7:30pm: BUSINESS OF BIOTECH. A workshop series that will introduce grad students, postdocs and faculty to the core skills and building blocks to translate their research to the marketplace.  This event will focus on "Case Studies in Life Science Entrepreneurship." REGISTER HERE.

TUES., SEPT. 27 & WED., SEPT. 28: SBIR/STTR PROPOSAL PREPARATION. Quinnipiac will host nationally recognized SBIR/STTR expert Becky Aistrup. She will provide detailed instructions on developing a competitive proposal for the National Institutes of Health, SBIR/STTR program. DETAILS AND REGISTRATION.

THURS., SEPT. 29, 4:30pm: A CONVERSATION WITH ALIBABA'S JOSEPH TSAI. Joseph Tsai is the Cofounder and Executive Vice Chairman of Alibaba, the world's largest e-commerce company. Moderated by Law School Professor Paul Gerwitz. At Yale Law School, Rm 129.

FRI., SEPT. 30, 7pm: HOW TO ANNOTATE THE WORLD WITH TOM LEHMAN '06, COFOUNDER & CEO OF GENIUS. Tom will talk about the early days of the product and his vision for the company. Sponsored by the Yale Computer Society. At Sudler Recital Hall. REGISTER HERE.

FRI., OCT. 7, 5pm: DEADLINE FOR $30,000 CT BIOPIPELINE GRANT.  Connecticut Innovations has partnered with Yale and other CT universities to award $30,000 grants for CT-based biomedical ventures. This $1 million, two-year initiative provides up to $30,000 per project to help you commercialize your biomedical technology innovation.  DETAILS HERE.

 
 

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