New arrangement adds resources for students, as well as a new course
The new arrangement will provide students with new resources for assessing the viability of ideas for high-tech businesses, in the form of mentoring, education, and input into business plans.
In addition, the new joint program will launch a new Rady course on technology commercialization, which will stand alongside their established program in entrepreneurship, titled "Lab to Market."
For more information, please visit the Rady website.
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