Are you a researcher, scientist, or engineer?
Do you want to see your innovation change the world?
Does your venture solve a real-world problem with a viable market opportunity? Ready to learn the basics of customer discovery? Join us for a short informational session on this free, 3-week program offered by the New England I-Corps Node for the Harvard Innovation Labs!
- Entrepreneurial training
- Potential for up to $50,000 in NSF I-Corps grants
- Increased chances of getting a future SBIR/STTR
Whether you are simply curious about entrepreneurship or certain that you want to build a startup, this program provides engineers and scientists with an ideal entry point to exploring the potential value of your research or innovation.
Participants receive entrepreneurial training, increased chances of getting a future SBIR/STTR, and the potential for up to $50,000 in NSF I-Corps grants.
View the application here! https://form.jotform.com/202396760619159
About the Speaker:
Beth Kahn is an NSF National I-Corps Lead Instructor as well as a member of the regional I-Corps teaching team. Prior to 2014, Beth was in high frequency radio holding leadership positions in engineering, operations, and global marketing. She has a breadth of experience in large, small, and start-up technology companies. Beth is an MIT mechanical engineering alum.
This session is targeted to Health & Life Sciences ventures teams in the i-lab’s Venture Program. For team leads in the i-lab Venture Program, it’s best to register through the i-lab portal here or through the program calendar. Otherwise you can register below.