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News and Events
2016 SPARK Program Highlights Diverse Innovation at Brandeis: Announcing the 2016 Award Recipients.
Read to learn about this year's winning proposals as well as a Q&A with participant, David Matthews '16, on what it means to be a #DeisInnovator.
Brandeis in now a Microsoft® BizSpark™ Network Partner
Ignite your startup by enrolling in Microsoft® BizSpark™, a global program designed to accelerate the success of early stage Startups. BizSpark provides fast, easy access to current full-featured Microsoft development tools and production licenses of server products; professional technical support from Microsoft; and connections to a global community of business experts who can help guide you through the hurdles of growing your business. Microsoft BizSpark's requirements are minimal and best of all there are no fees.
To join BizSpark, Microsoft recommends you be sponsored by a BizSpark Network Partner, such as Brandeis. You’ll find more program details here. When you’re ready to sign up, contact us about sponsorship and how to get your enrollment code. Once you have your enrollment code, joining BizSpark is fast and easy. No payment or credit card information is required.
Brandeis, You are a MassBio Member!
Anyone with a Brandeis email can automatically gain free membership to the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council. As a member you can participate in professional development, attend mixers and networking events, get discounts on goods and services and benefit from industry visibility in the life sciences. Click to create an account and start taking advantage of all that MassBio membership has to offer.
Brandeis University is now a Member of the National Academy of Inventors
We are proud to be a part of this organization whose mission is to honor academic invention; recognize and encourage inventors; enhance the visibility of university and non-profit research institute technology and innovation; encourage the disclosure of intellectual property; educate and mentor innovative students; and translate the inventions of its members to benefit society.
Brandeis Innovation Gets National Attention!
Today Show anchors sampled pancakes made from coffee flour invented right here by a Brandeis researcher. The coffee flour was also featured in the Boston Globe: Antioxidant in coffee can be put to new uses as golden flour
On January 29, eleven teams presented their projects at our SPARKTANK competition. A total of six teams from across campus received funding to move their innovations to the next level. OTL is now embarking the 6th annual SPROUT competition that will award a total of $100,000 divided among the most promising proposals for lab-based innovations that require bench research, lab space and/or lab equipment.
As we look forward to a year of ideas and innovation, we invite you to get some inspiration with this exciting video from our recent showcase.
Also, read what noted Alumni, Eric Furfine, PhD, has to say about SPROUT and his support of the entrepreneurial activity within the Brandeis community.
How is Brandeis changing the world? Brandeis’ first Innovation Showcase featured poster presentations by the recipients of Brandeis’ SPARK and SPROUT awards on November 3rd. Find out more about the the projects displayed for SPROUT and SPARK.
Read the day's tweets from this amazing event! The event was also featured in Brandeis Now and Brandeis Magazine. See interviews featured on Venture Cafe with Alan Hassenfeld; Sue Windham-Bannister; SPARK awardees Grady Ward and Dr. Laurence Simon; SPROUT awardee Deirdra Evers-McGregor; and our own Rebecca Menapace.
SPONSORED BY THE HASSENFELD FAMILY INNOVATION CENTER, a partnership of the Office of Technology Licensing and the Brandeis International Business School.