13 Oct 2019 During the past two years, ground-breaking research has been converted into promising start-ups by inviting experienced entrepreneurs to be mentors at the labs at the universities. Open Entrepreneurship – a collaborative initiative established in 2017 by four universities has proven a huge success. During the past two years, ground-breaking research has been …

 

A thousand tech-interested attendees participated in DTU Startup Fair that took place 10th of October during High Tech Summit 2018. Entrepreneurs, researchers, investors, students, mentors and many more came together to connect with the entrepreneurship ecosystem at DTU. A recent impact analysis made by IRIS Group shows that DTU has created a special ecosystem that …

 

Date: September 20 – 21 Location: Fibigerstræde 4, Room 123 – 9220 Aalborg Ø (Aalborg University) Do you have the right competencies to make a successful business? Does your company keep experiencing specific challenges – that may benefit from a new point of view? And do you have a desire to improve the collaboration with …

 

Monday May 28 2018: DTU-UC Berkeley meeting and DNNT annual meeting The air was warm and very humid; the clouds were getting grey and threatening. The people of Copenhagen moved quickly and determined towards their Monday morning destinations. It was a dramatic setting and the kickstart of a busy week for Open Entrepreneurship. University partnership …

 

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 …