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Top bioentrepreneurship in Catalonia will share their personal experiences with students and researchers on 15, 22 and 29 May
Sharing the experiences of successful entrepreneurs in the healthcare arena helps raise awareness of role models for other researchers in the sector, encouraging them to choose entrepreneurship and, therefore, technology transfer. This is why Biocat organizes the 8th edition of the “Claus per Bioemprendre” introductory course in bioentrepreneurship to share the personal experiences of top bioentrepreneurs in Catalonia with students and researchers.
“Claus per Bioemprendre” is geared towards graduates and undergraduate students in the life sciences (biology, pharmacy, biotechnology, medicine, biochemistry, veterinary, chemistry), masters and PhD students and young researchers. Next edition will take place in three sessions held on 15, 22 and 29 May 2018. The deadline for registration is 11th May.
The course has three three-hour sessions, covering the role of entrepreneurship in biotechnology; the first steps in bioentrepreneurship, from concept to first rounds of funding; and the phases and partners that make up the life cycle of a biotechnology company.
This edition will feature:
See the Full Program here (in Catalan).
“In this course, successful bioentrepreneurs share their personal experiences, their passion for entrepreneurship, starting a new project and creating value for society,” highlights Biocat Director of Strategy Jordi Naval. “You’ll get a first-hand look at the successes, failures, issues and satisfactions of bioentrepreneurship.”