Front Page | Education for Would-Be Enterpeneurs; Ethics for Academics; Dancing to DNA
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TIP TROVE | Education for Would-Be Entrepreneurs
1. Not every scientific discovery "deserves" a company. The product must meet a market need rather than be in search of a market.
2. It may be better to license a discovery rather than build a company around it.
3. It's critical to understand that the agenda of those funding a company will drive its strategic direction.
4. Tulips put everything they have into a single flower ... but companies are like roses: multiple products with a lifeline of additional ones to develop.
--G. Steven Burrill, CEO, Burrill and Co., San Francisco
TRAINING @ | Ethics for Academics
WHAT: Teaching Research Ethics
WHERE: Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind.
WHY: A workshop that trains academics how to teach graduate students the ethics of research and publication...