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NSF Seed Fund Webinar

The NSF hosted a webinar describing the NSF SBIR and STTR programs that provide early stage R&D and product development capital for small business. The NFS invests up to $1.5 M is small companies and takes 0$ equity. The webinar is now available on demand.

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US Tech Funding June 2015

Andreessen Horowitz gave a presentation on US Tech Funding in June 2015 about the state of VC funding. According to the presentation, it’s never been cheaper to startup a software company, but it’s costly to scale up for 3 billion people. They say things are different this time because of mobile.

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2015 Entrepreneur University Programs

The 2015 Entrepreneurs University program schedule is shown below along with a preview of two of the 2016 programs. Special programs are shown in bold. Thu. 8 Jan’15 – Writing Fundable Business Plans: Tips, Tactics, and Techniques Wed. 21 Jan’15 – Proof of Concept Clinical Trials programs in NYC Tue. 3 Feb’15 – Intellectual Property […]

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Genetics and Genomics certificate

Stanford is offering a new certificate in Genetics and Genomics now. Students must complete two core courses and four elective courses which are offered online and are self paced. The core courses include: Fundamentals of Genetics: The Genetics You Need to Know (XGEN101) Genomics and the Other Omics: The Comprehensive Essentials (XGEN102) Only one elective […]

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Advanced Drug Discovery Virtual Symposium Sept 24, 2014

C&EN is hosting an Advanced Drug Discovery and Development Virtual Symposium on Sept 24, 2014 from 8 AM to 7 PM. The agenda isn’t fully defined yet but the speaker list looks very good. Topics include: •    Next-gen medicines •    New gene targeting technologies •    Genomic applications •    Business strategies •    Informatics in the R&D […]

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Blogging guidelines

Our mission at Entrepreneurs University is to Teach entrepreneurs best practices for raising capital from professional accredited entities that is consistent with the entrepreneur’s business plan. Thus, blogs posted here should be broadly written so that they are consistent with our mission. This should be relatively easy to do. Blogs written for your business website, […]

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POP email setup guidelines

Entrepreneur University users here are some guidelines on setting up a POP email box for your email client if you wish to do so. I highly recommend that you use a secure connection to the email box using the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). The key parameters are as follows: Webmail: https://webmail.emailsrvr.com              POP/IMAP Server: […]

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