These intensive workshops integrate scientific research, industry relevance and social benefit. Participants explore technology commercialization, intellectual property and new business development—and build a network to move their idea forward.
Teams of entrepreneurs develop and test their business vision and plans. Generously sponsored by corporations, veteran entrepreneurs, alumni and the investment community
This year-long program provides science and engineering graduate students and postdoctoral researchers with the opportunity to take graduate-level business courses for one academic year, network with Keller Fellows and gain hands-on experience developing business skills for a career in industry—or to grow new business ventures.
This year-long program provides science and engineering graduate students and postdoctoral researchers the opportunity to attend an entrepreneurship academy, participant in the Big Bang! Business Competition with mentoring support, network with the BD Fellows, and gain experience developing business skills for a career in industry—or to grow new business ventures.
Innovative MBA students from various top-level business programs learn from some of the most successful and up-and-coming entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley and other hubs of innovation and entrepreneurship.
Quarterly mentoring program for students and faculty to meet with angel investors for feedback on their ventures.
A cross-campus collaboration between the Office of Research, Internship and Career Center, GradPathways (Graduate Studies) and the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, this five-month program helps PhD candidates and postdoctoral scholars develop skills, networks and opportunities to explore career paths outside of academia.
From 2012 through 2016, the UC Davis Sustainable AgTech Innovation Center (SATIC) supported the commercialization of clean ag technologies by identifying and accelerating new ventures that promote sustainability in the agricultural field.