Technology commercialization, innovation and entrepreneurship opportunities at the University of Chicago
Are you curious to learn about how the innovation process works? Would you like to know how your work at Fermilab, whether on a specific technology or a research discovery, can be applied beyond science for a broader impact? Are you envisioning a start-up based on your work on Fermilab technology? Do you want to strengthen your research proposal for funding? No matter where you are in this spectrum, there are emerging opportunities to understand why and to whom your invention can be valuable while gaining an immersive experience on techniques on what it takes to commercialize a laboratory technology with like-minded peers.
The University of Chicago is hosting a virtual info session on Feb. 8 at 12:00 p.m., targeting the faculty and researchers at UChicago, Argonne and Fermilab. Register here to get information on programs for scientists and engineers, including I-Corps, the Compass deep tech accelerator and the George Shultz Innovation Fund.