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Yale Innovation & Entrepreneurship Happenings

 

Oct. 3, 2016

 
YEI's Venture Creation Program

YEI's Venture Creation Program Teams Lean Toward Life Sciences

The Yale Entrepreneurial Institute has admitted the first 10 teams into its Venture Creation Program which provides support and resources for students and faculty to grow their early-stage ventures from initial concept to a tested and refined business proposition. This first cohort had a significant number of teams exploring startups in the life sciences. Read more at YEI.

 

2 Blavatnik Fund Info Sessions!

Erika R. Smith, Director of the Blavatnik Fund for Innovation at Yale, is presenting an info session on the Fund on Mon., Oct. 3, 3-4pm at SCL 160 and again on Mon., Oct. 10, 2-3pm at West Campus. Yale faculty and researchers are eligible to receive up to $100,000 for Pilot Grants and up to $300,000 for Development Grants. Details on the Fund and related events can be found here.

Blavatnik Fund
 
Wendy Davis and Irina Buhimschi

GestVision Receives Patents for Humanity Award

The U.S. Commerce Department’s United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) announced the latest winners of the Patents for Humanity program, including Yale startup GestVision which is developing a rapid, affordable urine test caregivers can use to diagnose preeclampsia in low-resource settings.  GestVision’s test kits are currently being used in clinical studies around the world. Read more at the USPTO.

 

Yale Alum Alex Klein, Founder of Kano, Is Branching Out

DIY computer-maker Kano is moving into the internet of things. The British startup has announced a new Kickstarter campaign for a trio of gadgets designed to let children (and adults) build their own speakers, cameras, and pixelated LED displays. Read more at The Verge.

Kano
 
 

MON., OCT 3, 3pm: BLAVATNIK FUND INFO SESSION -CENTRAL CAMPUS. 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 SCL 160. 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.

SAT., OCT. 15, 10am-4pm: TEDx YALE. Through the theme, Mind the Gap, audience members will explore solutions to the barriers, disparities, and incongruities within themselves, among communities, and across the world. Speakers range from economists, musicians, and health-journalists to engineers, crime-fighting philosophers and tech CEOs. At Levinson Auditorium. REGISTER HERE.

TUES., OCT. 4, 8:30-9:30am: WOMEN INNOVATORS BREAKFAST SERIES KICKOFF W/ AMY WRZESNIEWSKI. A series that is designed to foster community discussion, idea sharing, best practices, business fundamentals among Yale-affiliated women. Featuring Amy Wrzesniewski, Professor of Organizational Behavior at Yale School of Management. At YEI, 254 Elm St.,  SIGN UP 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.

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." At Alexion, 100 College St. REGISTER HERE.

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.

MON., OCT. 10, 2-3pm: BLAVATNIK FUND INFO SESSION -WEST CAMPUS. 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 West Campus Conference Center, Rm 218. REGISTER HERE.

 

Yale Entrepreneurial Institute
254 Elm St.
3rd Floor
New Haven, CT 06511
brita.belli@yale.edu
 

OCR Central Campus
433 Temple Street
New Haven, CT 06511
203.436.8096
203.436.8086 (fax)
OCR@yale.edu

OCR Medical Campus
2 Church St South Suite 203
New Haven, CT 06519
203.785.6209
203.785.6165 (fax)
OCR@yale.edu

 
 

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