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First Call for Research Ideas on Venture Financing

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第一通知关于创业融资研究思路 We are interested in your input for where we should take this strand:

  • Which research directions are interesting? What is new and trending in this space?
  • What funding models should we include?
  • Who are the key experts we should approach?
  • Do you have a paper to propose to our issue?
  • Do you wish to stay informed and interact with us as things come together?

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University Venture: The View from Utah

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高校创业:犹他大学的观点 CIV’s community director, Dr. Vladi Dvoyris, interviewed Natan Chetrit, Business Technology Development Associate, and Matt Gardner, Business Development Manager, at the University of Utah's Technology & Venture Commercialization (TVC) Office.

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University Venture: the View From Cornell

高校创业:康奈尔大学的观点 CIV’s community director, Dr. Vladi Dvoyris, interviews Dr. Alice Li, Executive Director of the Center for Technology Licensing (CTL) at Cornell University.

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“De-Know-Polization” Featured at the Israeli Tech Transfer Conference

以色列技术转让会议提出知识的“去垄断化” Prof. Yesha Sivan, Executive Director of the Coller Institute of Venture, gave a keynote lecture on De-Know-Polization at the Israeli Tech Transfer Conference (6-Feb-2017 in Tel Aviv). Our message to university leaders and policy-makers is "Don't think business as usual - better you lead the change than let the change lead you." Join us at #CIV2017HK, the annual event of the Coller Institute of Venture, to lead the change.

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Jack Ma, CEO and Founder of Alibaba, Congratulates the Israel Innovation Authority

马云,阿里巴巴的创始人和首席执行官,祝贺以色列创新 局 “I have long admired the Israeli innovative prowess, diligence, will power, and wisdom,” says Jack Ma, the founder and CEO of Alibaba in a video celebrating the inauguration of the Israel Innovation Authority. Israel is the world’s leader in government sponsoring of innovation, and every dollar invested by the government yields 8 dollars in return.

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