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19 October 2020. Af Jes Broeng, direktør – DTU Entrepreneurship & programleder Open Entrepreneuship DEBAT: Politisk fokus og en grøn forskningspulje på 750 mio.kr. er kun to af ingredienserne til grøn omstilling med afsæt i forskning på universiteterne. Susses afhænger i lige så høj grad af evnen til at skabe forbindelsen mellem forskningen og det …

 

21 Apr 2020. By: Shomit Ghose. Shomit Ghose is member of the international advisory board of Open Entrepreneurship. Photo: engin akyurt on Unsplash Quarantine angst What does the jet engine have in common with penicillin, the world’s first antibiotic? Both, as it turns out, were born in 1928, but it took the crisis of the …

 

10 Mar 2020.  Open Entrepreneurship skaber en ramme for, at eksterne iværksættere kan udvikle startups i samarbejde med forskere på universiteterne. Photo by Science in HD on Unsplash På kun to år er det lykkes projekt Open Entrepreneurship at skabe 26 start-ups og have en række lovende cases i pipelinen. Nøglen bag succesen er at invitere erhvervslivet …

 

ET is supporting the Technical University of Denmark’s new Open Entrepreneurship Initiative to help bridge the gap between entrepreneurs and researchers in Denmark with the Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship (BMoE), a hands-on approach to learning entrepreneurship that emphasizes understanding the mindset and behaviors of successful entrepreneurs. Read article from SCET here

 

Open Entrepreneurship has been highlighted as an ambitious initiative with a focus on technology transfer in the publication by IRIS Group for the Ministry of Higher Education and Science. Read the evaluation in Danish here

 

Knowledge from the universities must to a greater extent be used to develop products and solutions in Danish companies. The Department of Biomedicine and iNANO are at the forefront of a new pilot project to boost commercialisation of research. Read full article here

 

DTU Fotonik will take part in the new initiative Open Entrepreneurship with Prof. Jes Broeng in the front seat. The initiative Open Entrepreneurship will tackle the challenge of bringing knowledge, patents and new inventions from the university to the industry. A closer collaboration between the academic world and the industry could ultimately mean that ground …