Increasingly, researchers and individuals in science and technology are engaging in entrepreneurial ventures. If you are considering starting a venture that commercializes university-owned intellectual property or are interested in how academic research gets translated into commercial ventures, don't miss Science Alliance's longest running annual program. This 12 week course is specifically designed for those who want a deeper understanding of the issues involved in taking the right idea from the bench to the marketplace.
Participated in the Scientist to Entrepreneur sessions in the fall? Consider taking this course to explore more topics and case studies on technology commercialization in greater detail.
About the Instructor
21 Ventures, LLC
David Anthony is the founder of 21 Ventures, LLC and an experienced entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and educator.
Since 2002, Anthony has been entrepreneur-in-residence at the University of Alabama Birmingham, School of Business. At UAB, David has taught: "From Idea to IPO - The Technology Venture," "Technology Ventures Business Planning," and "Negotiating Technology Agreements." Since 2004, David has taught "From Idea to IPO-The Technology Venture" at the New York Academy of Sciences.