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CJBS Venture Creation Weekend: Biotech and healthcare

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CJBS VENTURE CREATION WEEKEND : BIOTECH AND HEALTHCARE in partnership with AstraZeneca and Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (OPdA)

We’re inviting students, postdocs, scientists and researchers working on emerging technologies and innovations in Biotech or Healthcare who are interested in learning how to translate their ideas into ventures as part of a startup team. This is a great opportunity to test ideas, build a team and pitch to investors in 50 hours!

The Entrepreneurship Centre is working in partnership with AstraZeneca and the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (OPdA) at the University of Cambridge to offer aspiring entrepreneurs and innovators the chance to explore opportunities, ideas and applications in a range of technologies such as:

• novel biological targets • therapeutics and research technologies • digital health (including artificial intelligence, connected data sets) • diagnostics • transformative healthcare solutions

The Venture Creation Weekends offer an inspiring and intense experience where you can focus on your business idea, test the validity of that idea, and build a team. It is an opportunity to learn from experienced entrepreneurs, mentors, investors and business angels.

The Venture Creation Weekends also provide a route to our Accelerate Cambridge incubator programme for participating teams who meet the selection criteria.

Tickets: Standard – £60, Student – £40. Early bird discount of 15% is available until 22 May

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Weekend times: 23 June at 17:30 to 25 June at 21:00

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