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February 2019

NSF I-Corps Short Course (Session 4)

February 22 — 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

In this 3-week course, researchers working on a tech innovation “get out of the lab” and talk with customers to identify the best product-market fit. You may apply with a team of 1-3 people.   Feb 8 (4pm - 8pm) - Session 1 (In person) Feb 9 (9am - 1pm) - Session 2 (In person) Feb 14 (3pm -4pm) - Session 3 (Online) Feb 22 (1:30pm -3pm) - Session 4 (Online) March 1 (9am - 1pm) - Session 5 (In…

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March 2019

NSF I-Corps Short Course (Session 5)

March 1 — 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

In this 3-week course, researchers working on a tech innovation “get out of the lab” and talk with customers to identify the best product-market fit. You may apply with a team of 1-3 people.   Feb 8 (4pm - 8pm) - Session 1 (In person) Feb 9 (9am - 1pm) - Session 2 (In person) Feb 14 (3pm -4pm) - Session 3 (Online) Feb 22 (1:30pm -3pm) - Session 4 (Online) March 1 (9am - 1pm) - Session 5 (In…

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CTAM Fund Info Session

March 7 — 12:15 pm - 1:45 pm
Physical Sciences Building

Please plan to join us for an information session on the CTAM Fund on Thursday, March 7, in the Physical Sciences Building, Room 401 at 12:15 p.m. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.   Detailed information and application form for CTAM Fund can be found at http://ctl.cornell.edu/inventors/ctam/.   The CTAM Fund provides critical funding to advance technologies of promise towards commercialization and venture creation.  Two types of projects are eligible for applications:   Cornell Technology Projects: Faculty, research staff and/or graduate…

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