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Yale Innovation & Entrepreneurship Happenings

 

Oct. 10, 2016

 
Junzi Kitchen

Junzi Kitchen Expands to Columbia

A local restaurant startup that has won the hearts of Yale students plans to expand its concept of Chinese food to New York City. The owners of Junzi Kitchen, which opened its first restaurant on Broadway in the fall of 2015, plan to open another location near Columbia University’s campus by the beginning of Feb. 2017. Read more at Yale Daily News.

 

Mon., Oct. 10 - Blavatnik Fund Info Session at West Campus

Erika R. Smith, Director of the Blavatnik Fund for Innovation at Yale, is presenting an info session on the Fund 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 AND REGISTRATION HERE.

Blavatnik Fund
 
Amy Wrzesniewski

Finding Your Calling: A Talk with Amy Wrzesniewski

Amy Wrzesniewski, Professor of Organizational Behavior at Yale School of Management, spoke as part of the Yale Women Innovators Series at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute. Her research has focused on how people derive meaning from their work, which can broadly be categorized in three groups: the experience of work as a job, career or calling. Read more at YEI.

 

Omair Khan ’19 gets a look at medicine through an entrepreneurial lens

After a summer internship with NextGen Jane, a fledgling company that recently graduated from Illumina’s Accelerator program, Omair Khan is excited about the potential of the tampon the company is developing — called the Smart Tampon™ — to radically change the future of women’s health. Read more at YaleNews.

Omair Khan
 
 

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.

THURS., OCT. 13, 4:30-5:30pm: INNOVATOR'S TOOLKIT: INTRO TO DESIGN THINKING. Design for America at Yale is hosting a Design Thinking Workshop for YEI! The goal of this workshop is to introduce students to the principles of design in a fun way so that they can apply their learnings in other settings. Learn about the engineering process, how to think creatively & prototype. At YEI, 254 Elm St., 3rd Floor. 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.

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.

TUES., OCT. 11, 8:30-9:30am: WOMEN INNOVATORS SERIES CANCELLED. The series will resume on Tues., Oct. 25 with Banu Ozkazanc-Pan, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship Fellow College of Management, UMass Boston, discussing "Women in Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Accessing Resources and Overcoming Challenges." At YEI, 254 Elm St.,  SIGN UP HERE.

FRI., OCT. 14, 10:15am: FROM SILICON VALLEY TO NEW HAVEN: A SURVEY OF 3 TECH-DRIVEN INNOVATIONS IN MENTAL HEALTH DISCOVERY. With Oren Frank of Talkspace; Anitha Iyer, PhD, VP of Contact Center Services of MHA-NYC; and Seth Feuerstein, M.D., J.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
Faculty Advisor Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Yale. At CMHC Auditorium, 34 Park Street.

MON., OCT. 17, 3-4pm: INTRODUCTION TO PATENTS. This session will cover the method for recording an invention with the U.S. Government and how to read a patent. We will look at an invention and discuss how it is described in the patent literature. We also will explore patents in the context of other forms of intellectual property such as trademarks and copyright. At 17 Hillhouse: Library classroom, 07. REGISTER HERE.

FRI., OCT. 21, 11am-1pm: YALE INNOVATION SERIES - HEAR FROM BIOTECH VCs. A talk with Osage University Partners, a venture capital fund that invests exclusively in startups that are commercializing university research. Lunch provided. At Brady Auditorium, 310 Cedar St. REGISTER HERE.

TUES., OCT. 11, 4-5pm: HOW BITCOIN ENABLES A MACHINE-PAYABLE WEB. The Yale Computer Science Department is hosting an event with Balaji Srinivasan, CEO of 21.co and a Board Partner at Andreessen Horowitz. Srinivasan developed open source software called 21 that makes it simple to perform micropayments over HTTP. At Dunham Labs 220, 10 Hillhouse Ave.

SAT., OCT. 15, 7:30pm: PIZZA W/ MAX NOVA, FOUNDER OF SILVIATERRA. Join the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute for a conversation with Max Nova, YC ’12 and founder of SilviaTerra, to learn how he commercialized his research into a successful startup. SilviaTerra is a small team of foresters, biometricians and programmers dedicated to strengthening our ability to manage forests. At CEID, 15 Prospect St. SIGN UP HERE.

TUES., OCT. 18, 4-6pm: BIOHAVEN PRESENTS: SPECIALIZED CLINICAL DATA ANALYSIS DELIVERS BETTER MEDICAL CARE. The growing ability to process large amounts of heathcare data has led to a revolution in personal medical care. We invite you to hear our panel of experts share the latest developments in clinical data analysis. At the Anlyan Center, 300 Cedar St. DETAILS AND REGISTRATION.

BEFORE MON., OCT. 24: APPLY FOR  ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURE CREATION CLASS. This capstone course (FES 961) offers students the opportunity for personalized coaching and feedback on their individual business concept. It meets from 1-3:50 PM Mondays from Oct. 24 to March 6. APPLY OR JOIN TEAM HERE.

 

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