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Posted by academicentrepreneur in alternative energies, Canada, China, Cornell University, First Nations Innovations, Green Economy, Higher Education, Horticulture, Iceland, Low Carbon Economy, Old Knowledge to New Things, Sooke, Sustainability, Technology, Triple Helix, University Policy, Victoria on April 11, 2015
This article is reposted from the Sooke Pocket News and was published on 11 April 2015. Lessons from Iceland for Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island and Sooke By Michael Clouser With the recent visit by Kinder Morgan to the Sooke Council, and the recent referendum in Sooke regarding the passage of oil tankers through the […]
Step Change for Innovation in Scotland: How to Massively Increase the Supply of Venture Capital in Scotland
Posted by academicentrepreneur in Academic Entrepreneur, Academic Venture Capitalists, Edinburgh, Immigrants, Immigration Policy, Incubators and Accelerators, Innovation Economy for an Independent Scotland, Innovation in Banking, Innovation Policy, Scotland as a Spinout, Venture Capital, Venture Capital Policy on September 4, 2014
This talk was given recently by the Academic Entrepreneur at the Business School of the University of Edinburgh. See: http://www.business-school.ed.ac.uk/about/events/53f3162126382c041f22296d/step-change-for-innovation-in- Slides can be found here: http://www.business-school.ed.ac.uk/eclub/news-and-events/?a=68277 A video will be posted on YouTube and linked here as well, and photos published within the month.
Bing Energy is a research-based Hydrogen fuel startup in Tallahassee, the Florida State Capital, which is where Florida State University is located. Currently there are about 10 employees in the new company including a few PhDs. The firm was covered in Florida Trend magazine last week. The company was founded by immigrant academic entrepreneurs who […]