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OSU Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Institute With 80,000 square feet of manufacturing, wet lab and office space, ATAMI has ample room to bring academic and industry partners together to research and commercialize microchannel technologies. It comprises 9 labs, fabrication and prototyping space, room for tenants working on collaborative research projects, and a wide range of advanced equipment for microfluidics research. https://atami.oregonstate.edu/
OHSU Invent Seminar Series hosts experts from the life science community to introduce fundamental principles of commercialization and entrepreneurship.
OHSU, room TBA
free, registration required
Sarah Biber, Ph.D.
Organized by OHSU's Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute, the Invent Seminar Series hosts experts from the life science community to introduce fundamental principles of commercialization and entrepreneurship. The Invent Series aims to inspire and guide innovations from the university to market, offer skill-building opportunities, develop a broad awareness of the commercialization pathway, and create robust networking opportunities.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
•Medical and GraduateStudents
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?
•Learn basic principles of innovation,commercialization, and entrepreneurship as it relatesto your research interests
•Networking with bioscience industry and academiccommunities