The Brandeis Virtual Incubator
The Brandeis Virtual Incubator was created to provide a hub for innovative activity flourishing across Brandeis University’s campus. The Incubator engages students, faculty, researchers, alumni and staff to promote a culture of collaboration across the university’s many disciplines and departments, fostering innovation and discovery through research, grants and partnerships. The incubator includes several programs and partnerships"
- The Hassenfeld Family Innovation Center: This partnership between Brandeis University’s Office of Technology Licensing and Brandeis International Business School was created in 2015 through funding from the Hassenfeld Family Initiatives.
- Funding and Training Programs: The center’s signature programs, Spark, Sprout, and I-Corps, have enabled students, faculty and staff to bring their ideas, inventions and innovations to life.
Brandeis Innovation Headlines
Brandeis International Business School receives a $2.5 million gift to establish the Hassenfeld Family Innovation Center, which will build upon the university’s reputation as one of the nation’s leading research institutions by supporting faculty research while catalyzing innovation on campus.