This event is organized by Drs. Shawn Gomez and Lauren Jones. BME seniors will have the opportunity to showcase their projects that they have worked on throughout the two-semester senior design capstone course.
The i4 Program is a novel initiative within the Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering that melds traditional undergraduate engineering education with biomedical entrepreneurship. Composed of four phases of need: Identification, Ideation, Innovation, and Implementation, this...Find out more »
The 2018 Women’s Leadership Conference will highlight why it is so important for every business to be champions of women in the workplace. The conference will feature a message of inspiration, as well as key breakout sessions and a panel discussion focusing on practical topics that will enable you to bring useful tips and ideas back with you to your workplace.
The keynote speaker, Carey Lohrenz, is a former lieutenant in the United States Navy. Lohrenz was the first fully qualified female...Find out more »
This online presentation will feature NSF SBIR program director, Dr. Murali S. Nair, who will provide an update on the NSF SBIR/STTR Program and discuss the recently released solicitations for the June proposal submission deadline. Learn about the various topics and key details details that you need to know about the NSF SBIR and STTR programs.
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This exciting and special spring event will be held at Carolina Inn on Thursday, May 3rd from 4 PM to 7 PM. We will be hosting executives from innovative RTP area start-ups and organizations to provide insight on trends, opportunities, and challenges in personalized healthcare products and services and to discuss technologies and best practices that help achieve personalization, precision and patient-centric solutions. Come learn, engage, network and be inspired to play an integral role in...Find out more »
Please join the UNC Office of Commercialization and Economic Development for the annual Celebration of Inventorship.
You'll have the opportunity to:
- Hear from Provost Bob Blouin about the University's focus on innovation and entrepreneurship.
- Be inspired by a presentation from Mark Schoenfisch, who will be honored as the 2018 Inventor of the Year at UNC-Chapel Hill.
- Hear an announcement that...
OCED Celebration of Inventorship 2018
The Great Room - Top of the Hiill Restaurant & Brewery
5:30-6:30 p.m., Thursday, May 3, 2018
Reception to Follow
Please join us for our annual Celebration of Inventorship, hosted by the UNC Office of Commercialization and Economic Development. During this event, we will recognize each of UNC-Chapel Hill innovators who received one or more U.S. patents during the 2017 calendar year. We will also honor an Inventor of the Year. This year's...Find out more »
This is a free event designed to help Triangle professionals network, make contacts and expand their social circle—and find potential job prospects in the process. This event is open to all those in transition with a focus on professionals in IT, Software Development,...
A Tale of Three Cities: The Evolutions of Economic Development
Cities across the country are looking to Raleigh and Wake County as models for how to grow and continue to attract top talent to the region. But each city faces its own challenges and we are constantly learning from one another. This year’s Economic Development Forum will explore this.
– Michael Huber, president and CEO, Indianapolis...Find out more »
Moogfest is the synthesis of music, art and technology.
Start: May 17 @ 10:00 am
End: May 20 @ 6:00 pm
Cost: $99 - $1500
This is a free event designed to help Triangle professionals network, make contacts and expand their social circle—and find potential job prospects in the process. This event is open to all those in transition with a focus on professionals in IT, Software Development, Project/Product Managers, Network Engineers, Business Analysts, QA and all other related professions.
What You’ll Learn:
– How to build your own network.
– How to be specific with connection...