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Launching a science bootcamp

15 / 2 / 24
Together with USF and Berkeley Haas Entrepreneurship, we are launching an acceleration program that will help to build science projects

We at SET University, together with the Ukrainian Startup Fund, Berkeley Haas Entrepreneurship, and with the support of the Ministry of Digital Transformation, the Ministry of Education and Science, and the EIT Community RIS Hub Ukraine, are launching an intensive acceleration program Science-to-Market Accelerator!

In 20 weeks, scientists who want to monetize their projects will have the opportunity to

  • develop their research projects into innovative products,
  • receive mentoring support from leading international experts
  • establish contacts with potential investors and partners for the further development of innovative projects.

Important requirement: the project must be in English. You can apply for participation and find out all the details here: https://usf.com.ua/22315/

Applications are accepted until February 18, 2024.

Who is the program for?

  • students and graduate students with deep tech projects;
  • scientists and researchers;
  • representatives of research centers, etc.

About bootcamp

Science-to-Market Accelerator is an acceleration program that will help turn research projects into commercial ones. Training includes lectures, workshops, consultations, and the opportunity to demonstrate projects at the final demo day.

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