ENGR 108: BioEntrepreneurship
Introduces upper division undergraduate and graduate students to entrepreneurship. We start with a history of biotechnology and medical devices which hopefully inspires them to integrate entrepreneurship with engineering and/or life sciences. We work through case studies of start-up companies (including Genentech) brainstorm ideas about new inventions, and walk them through the requisite steps to start a new business venture (IP issues, team formation, raising capital).
Repeatable for Credit: No
Normal Letter Grade only
Requisites and Restrictions
Instructor Permission Required: No
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