What inspires people to start their own company? Why do post-docs transition to becoming entrepreneurs? What are the highs, the lows, and how are researchers suited to entrepreneurship? If you are interested in these questions and more, then please come to this panel talk where 3 founders will discuss their thoughts and experiences on starting their own companies.
Are you curious about how to develop your technology into a business? Dr. Khaled will talk you through the principles of how you would create a plan to do that. His talk will be tailored to the needs of researchers taking their first steps in this area.
Magali Soumillon, Co-Founder of Flexomics, will talk about how she has developed a genomic analysis technology, and why she developed it first in an academic and then as an entrepreneur.
You have a green idea? You want to create impact and scale this idea? You should apply to the EU backed initiative Climate Launchpad. Christian Schmitz, Founder/CEO of PDIE Group will tell us about this exciting program.
Fireside chat with Dr. Tadahisa “Hardy” Kagimoto, MD, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Healios K.K., a biotechnology company leading the development of stem cell derived regenerative therapies.
[Postponed: Rescheduled Date to be Annonced]
INNOVATION SEMINAR: Leap Before you Look - Why One Autophagy Researcher Launched a Startup
Professor Tamotsu Yoshimori
Graduate School of Frontier Bioscience/Medicine
Dr. Sebastian Weidt will talk about why he chose to do both research on, and start a company developing, quantum computing technology.
Deadline for POC and Tech Pioneer Letters of Intent
6th Innovation Seminar Series
"Entrepreneurship, Failure, and Resilience"
Yasuhiro Yamakawa, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship
Babson College, USA
Toshihiko Honkura, MBA (co-founder) - President and CEO, Quantum Biosystems
Japanese with English interpretation. No registration required.
本蔵 俊彦 (共同創業者) - クオンタムバイオシステムズ株式会社 代表取締役社長 兼 最高経営責任者 (CEO)