No matter what your interest in innovation, we've got something for you.
From I-just-want-to-kick-the-tires to I'm-ready-to-drive-my-startup-car, we're here to help you.
If you’re a full-time, degree-seeking Harvard student, your student ID is your driver's license. Come visit, look around, explore our space, tap into expert advice through office hours, or attend one of our workshops and start learning about innovation and entrepreneurship.
And, if you're serious about building a venture, check out the Venture Incubation Program.
We do what we can to support Harvard alumni entrepreneurs, and are looking to do more.
As of today, if you're a Harvard alumna or alumnus and you're the founder of an early-stage startup, the Harvard Launch Lab is an incredible resource for you.
With access to curated coworking space at below-market rates, and the entire Harvard Innovation Labs network available to you, this is a great place to grow your venture.
Building early-stage life science and biotech ventures is hard. We make it a little easier.
If you're a Harvard student, alumni, faculty, or post-doc with an early-stage life science or biotech venture, the Life Lab offers everything you need to validate your idea.
With access to a fully-permitted wet lab and co-working space at below-market rates, and the entire Harvard Innovation Labs network available to you, everything you need to test, build, and grow, is at your fingertips.
We're excited to introduce the Spring 2018 President's Innovation Challenge cohort. 123 student-led teams from all 12 Harvard Schools, competing for $310,000 in prize money funded by the Bertarelli Foundation, across three tracks: Health and Science, Social Impact, and Open.
The President's Innovation Challenge is an annual competition open to all students from all Schools. Interested students should take advantage of extensive advising and programming each Fall, with applications due in early January.