Starting on Monday, March 23, all programming, meetings, and operations will continue virtually, and ventures will not have access to Batten Hall.
Harvard students, LLX founders and team members, and Non-Harvard team members should work remotely, and attend all programming remotely. If you have any additional personal equipment in Batten Hall that’s critical to your work, please pick it up by 6:00pm Sunday evening, March 22.
Life Lab Access is restricted to scientists from full-time Life Lab Venture teams and only for performing critical experiments in the laboratory. Unfortunately, Life Lab members from the Blavatnik Fellowship and the i-lab teams who have been using the Life Lab’s student bench must remain off-site. For additional guidance and policies, please consult Life Lab staff members.
Experts, mentors and other volunteers are required to work offsite and engage with teams remotely for the time being.
Guests are not permitted in the space for the time being.
Tours are currently not being offered.
Please submit your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or on the Venture Program Slack channel. We appreciate your participation in our community and will respond as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding!
All programming, workshops, and expert meetings will be virtual. The Studios are now closed. If you need to access studio equipment – such as the 3-D printer – for a business-critical work on your venture, please use this request form.
As your appointment is scheduled, information regarding how to virtually meet with your expert will be shared via the booking confirmation you receive from our system.
i-lab events are continuing virtually. Updates on events will consistently be updated via the Google Calendar, Eventbrite, and email.
Please refer to this webpage for updates. Venture Program teams should check the Slack channel #coronavirus-questions for additional updates.
If you have any additional personal equipment in the i-lab that’s critical to your work, please pick it up by 6:00pm Sunday evening, March 22.
The Studios are closed. If you need access to studio equipment (such as the 3-D printer) for business-critical work on your venture, please fill out this request form.
Please refer to this site for the latest updates on the impact on and status of the i-lab. Venture Program teams should check the Slack channel #coronavirus-questions for additional updates.
Yes, it is still on! We are excited to announce that we are working on a virtual celebration for the President’s Innovation Challenge Awards Ceremony. Check the PIC webpage for updates, including the Ingenuity Awards application deadline on April 10.