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Judy Giordan, former executive at International Flavors and Fragrances, PepsiCo, and Henkel - now focused on seed and early stage STEM aligned start-ups – explains how the pursuit of innovation differs in big companies vs. start-ups, and what prompted her and others to create the Chemical Angel Network
H. N. Cheng, Diane Grob Schmidt and Jim Skinner share news about two upcoming webinars directed at chemistry-related entrepreneurs: “Starting a Company: Do You Need a Business Plan?” And, “Starting a Company: Where Do You Get Funding?”
Brenna Teigler tells us about Activate – a nonprofit organization that partners with funders and leading research institutions to support the Activate Fellowship, a new path for entrepreneurial scientists and engineers to transform their discoveries into world-changing technologies
Tony Stanco describes the role of the National Council of Entrepreneurial Tech Transfer, and says that while startups generally don't understand the market and their customers, and there are ways to mitigate this situation
How is the COVID-19 quarantine affecting the entrepreneurs at the Delaware Innovation Space? What are some common areas of difficulty for new entrepreneurs? All that and more from Tim Mueller in this week's Innovation Zone
What is an open innovation strategy? A middle market? What makes the most rewarding partnerships? Eric Breese, Investment Manager at Evonik Venture Capital answers all that and more in this week's Innovation Zone.
How can a soil carbon economy benefit farmers, the climate and consumers? What is chicory flour? Should you go into entrepreneurship with an individual or team mindset? All that and more from Soil Metrics CEO, Brad Justice