Events

Click here to see a list of our past events. 

   

Dec
04
11:00am - 12:00pm

Calling pre-seed and seed innovators and entrepreneurs in Oncology, Cell and Gene Therapy, Cardiovascular, Immunology, Radiology and Digital Health! Do you have that breakthrough innovation in health care but bringing that disruptive science to life and navigating entrepreneurial waters is a different beast?

Bayer’s mission is to boost innovation in EMEA and bring it to the patients who need it most. We are looking to enable and support standout innovation in health care by providing cost-free mentorship and knowledge exchange.

Join Bayer's Expert Mondays, dedicated to topics that can support you, your innovation and your startup in its growth! Benefit from Bayer's global expertise, network with fellow founders and the Bayer Pharma team, and ask your questions.
 
Please note: These sessions are not intended for service providers, consultants, IT providers, etc., but are limited to drug developers and researchers in health care who are seeking collaboration with big pharma and out-licensing opportunities later in their journey.

Please note that recordings will not be sent to those who did not attend live.

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Dec
05
12:00pm - 1:00pm

Research tools, such as cell lines, rodents, and reagents, are an essential part of exploring our unanswered scientific questions. While often overlooked for commercialization, licensing of research tools has the potential to reduce MTA burden and generate sizable financial returns. But what distinguishes an academic project from a successful commercial product? Join the Center for Technology Licensing at Weill Cornell as we convene a panel of industry experts to learn about the research tools industry and the valuable research tools that might be hiding in your freezer. Panelists include: Karen Wu, Ph.D., President and Co-Founder at Lucerna James Hoberg, Ph.D., Head of External Innovation & Licensing, Millipore SigmaChuck Na, MSc, Innovation Manager, ATCCPeter Wells, MBA, Director Technology Transfer, Contracts & Licensing Manager, The Jackson Laboratory

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Dec
06
6:00pm - 9:00pm Griffis Faculty Club
Join us as the finalist teams from the BioVenture eLab's 2023 Accelerating BioVenture Innovation (ABI) course pitch their technologies to a panel of early-stage investors. Our teams have spent 15 weeks learning from a variety of industry professionals with rigorous coursework to help them prepare and deliver their pitches. Following the pitches there will be a networking reception with investors, ecosystem partners and industry representatives who served as mentors and lecturers throughout our program. Come celebrate the winning teams with hors d'oeuvres and cocktails! Register here. The BioVenture eLab is part of Weill Cornell Medicine Enterprise Innovation, which accelerates the translation of scientific innovation by proactively working with faculty and trainees to nurture promising ideas and secure commercial development collaborations.
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Jan
08
9:00am - 12:00pm In-person in San Francisco, CA and Virtual (Hybrid)

Explore commercialization in an NSF I-Corps Regional Course!

Led by the NSF I-Corps Hub: Interior Northeast (IN I-Corps), these free, month-long NSF I-Corps Regional Courses are designed for university-based STEM researchers and early-stage founders interested in evaluating the market potential of their technology and learning valuable entrepreneurial skills. 

The following hybrid course is tailored to innovators in specific fields: 

January 8 – February 9: This course for optics, photonics, laser, and quantum tech researchers begins online and culminates with customer discovery travel to San Francisco, CA for the SPIE Photonics West Conference. Hosted by IN I-Corps partners University of Rochester and Dartmouth College. Apply by December 13, 2023.  

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Jan
12
9:00am - 6:00pm Virtual

Led by the NSF I-Corps Hub: Interior Northeast (IN I-Corps), the free, month-long, virtual NSF I-Corps Regional Courses are designed for university-based STEM researchers and early-stage founders interested in exploring the market potential of their technology and learning valuable entrepreneurial skills. 

January 12 – February 14, 2024: Hosted by Binghamton University, an IN I-Corps Hub partner. Apply by December 13, 2023. 

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Apply now! Questions? Contact icorps@cornell.edu or visit  www.in-icorps.org/regional-courses

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Feb
05
9:00am - 2:00pm

Led by the NSF I-Corps Hub: Interior Northeast (IN I-Corps), the freemonth-longvirtual NSF I-Corps Regional Courses are designed for university-based STEM researchers and early-stage founders interested in exploring the market potential of their technology and learning valuable entrepreneurial skills. 

February 5 - March 6, 2024: Hosted by University at Buffalo, an IN I-Corps Hub partner. Apply by January 10, 2024. 

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Apply now! Questions? Contact icorps@cornell.edu or visit  www.in-icorps.org/regional-courses

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