Webinars

 

 

Organized by MCAA Co-organized by MCAA

 

On demand

30 Jun 2020

BSB-webinar: Lost in Translation. Navigating from science to business in life sciences

This webinar will focus on entrepreneurship in the context of life sciences, and will touch upon translation, the relevance of IP, financing and building a company bottom-up. The speaker will focus more on sharing his experiences rather than a text-book approach in explaining concepts. It will be conducted by Vignesh Janakiraman. He is an experienced biotechnology professional, presently working with the Roullier group on expanding their business internationally.
26 Jun 2020

Webinar:Opportunities for funding and mobility for young researchers in Poland

Free webinar on how to fund your research and mobility in Poland and EU. Career-talk by Dr. M. Górna on her experience with funding/grants   Registration link: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/opportunities-for-funding-and-mobility-for-young-researchers-tickets-107060378474
25 Jun 2020

Role Models of Women in STEM and Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship needs Role Models to give examples of success stories to young women who want to start a spin-off or a start up in their field. The importance of Role Models will be underlined by Prof. Piero Formica especially in Entrepreneurship as good way for experimenting and learning the entrepreneurship.We would like to introduce in this session the Role Models from a variety of associations such as MCAA, GEDI WG, CNR, and ITWIIN: they are Role Models of women who choose their career in STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) and Entrepreneurship and express their passion for science and enterprise.
22 Jun 2020

MCAA Innovative Training Networks Regional insights

The webinar covers topics such as networking, proposal preparation and submission, project implementation and management, as well as how to apply for an Early Stage Researcher position and inside tips on the experience of moving abroad.
22 Jun 2020

BSB-webinar: The ecosystems of innovation. Where PhDs fit

This webinar will introduce the different steps of Innovation related to the Deeptech scheme that describes the transition from academic lab to the applications for the society. This scheme will be compared with the journey of PhDs who live an immersive experience in this ecosytem of innovation. Master and PhD students interested in their future transition outside academia can be concerned by this webinar, especially if they are curious to gather more information about the transition from basic research to Startup or Valorization. It will be conducted by Marc Chevalier. He is a Startup Program Manager in the Tech Transfer Office of the Institut Pasteur, Paris.