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UR Buzz Lab Boot Camp: Managing through Uncertainty Webinar Series

The University of Rochester Ain Center for Entrepreneurship is launching a new, free five-part webinar series called Buzz Lab Boot Camp Special Edition: Managing through Uncertainty, covering the following topics: Business Model Pivoting, Financial Resources, Adapting Operations, eCommerce & Digital Marketing, and Self-Care & Work/Life Balance, and featuring

Fall 2020 TDF Round Now Open!

The Fall 2020 round of the University’s Technology Development Fund (TDF) is now open. The TDF supports UR researchers as they develop their innovations to a more commercial endpoint. Awards are up to $100,000 and support animal testing, prototyping, and other proof-of-concept studies. The fund

APPLY NOW: Innov8 startup training and grant program

Innov8 is a new eight-week program designed to help emerging entrepreneurs develop their business concepts, hone business strategies, and build a business plan with actionable steps. This program provides entrepreneurial training and modest grant funding to University students, faculty, staff, and alumni interested in developing

Project creates more powerful, versatile ultrafast laser pulse

Institute of Optics research sets record for shortest laser pulse for newly developed technology, work that has important applications in engineering and biomedicine. University of Rochester researchers are setting a new standard when it comes to producing ultrafast laser pulses over a broader range of wavelengths

Educational Resources Available

Want to further your understanding around IP, entrepreneurship and commercialization? URventures has compiled a list of educational resources to help you get started! We will be routinely updating and adding to this list, and welcome your feedback.

Rochester biologists selected for ‘rapid research’ on COVID-19

National high priority program funds two projects to better understand how coronavirus interacts with proteins in human cells. Two members of the University of Rochester’s Department of Biology have received expedited funding awards from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study biological processes involved in