Dear teachers, young researchers, and students,
For those who are aware of the social implementation of their research but have difficulty imagining themselves taking on the challenge of a start-up
Would you like to hear from researchers who are trying their hand at startups?
The Academic Entrepreneurs’ Café is a series of events that researchers can casually attend and watch to familiarize themselves with startups as a means of social implementation of their research results.
For researchers and supporters who are actually trying their hand at startups,
We will have researchers and supporters who are actually trying their hand at startups talk about how they are involved in startups and what they have learned from their challenges.
The video of the first event held on September 6 is now available on our website.
Please watch the passionate messages from speakers Mr. Nishimura, Mr. Nagura, and Mr. Iyogi.
The full version of the video can be viewed by registering for on-demand viewing.
Please register now.
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The second Academic Entrepreneurs’ Cafe will be held on Friday, October 6.
The title is “New Relationship between Research and Society through Crowdfunding.
Mr. Shibafuji, who promotes activities to connect researchers and society, will give a message to researchers about the new relationship between research and society through crowdfunding.
Mr. Watanabe and Mr. Nakano, who are challenging start-ups while experiencing connections with supporters and society through research crowdfunding, will talk about the background of their decision to take on this challenge.
Please come to Tamachi.
Contact: GTIE Tokyo Institute of Technology Office firstname.lastname@example.org