Columbia University

Technology Ventures

Fall 2017 Research Social: Technology Accelerator Programs

November 15, 2017
Roy And Diana Vagelos Education Center
104 Haven Ave
New York, NY
10032 - 401
05:00pm

The Office of the Executive Vice President for Research cordially invites Columbia University’s research community to attend the Fall 2017 Research Social, featuring Columbia’s industry-specific lab-to-market technology accelerator programs.

Come learn how your colleagues working in medical technologies, therapeutics, clean energy and digital media have leveraged funding, mentorship and educational opportunities to:

•                     form >100 interdisciplinary teams

•                     license >10 technologies directly to industry

•                     launch >25 start-ups to further develop and de-risk promising technologies 

•                     collectively raise >$70M in additional grant and investment funding

WHAT: Fall 2017 Research Social — drinks and hors d’oeuvres in celebration of our Columbia community, featuring Columbia technology accelerator programs

WHEN: Wednesday, November 15th from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

WHERE: Roy and Diana Vagelos Education Center (104 Haven Avenue, 4th floor, room 401)

Please email questions to evpr@columbia.edu.

 

PARTICIPATING PROGRAMS

LIFE SCIENCES | Advancing early-stage life science innovations to develop viable solutions to the most pressing unmet clinical needs

•                     Columbia Biomedical Technology Accelerator (BioMedX; formally Columbia-Coulter Translational Research Partnership)

•                     Translational Therapeutics Resource (TRx)

•                     Accelerating Cancer Therapeutics (ACT)

 

CLEAN TECH / ENERGY | Turning clean tech innovations from academic research labs into strong, clean tech businesses         

•                     PowerBridgeNY

 

DIGITAL MEDIA | Connecting digital media and technology companies with NYC’s universities to drive innovation, entrepreneurship, talent development and job growth

•                     NYC Media Lab