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This short course introduces participants to the key concepts and methodologies used in I-Corps, which is the rigorous market assessment and validation program pioneered by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Teams that successfully complete this short course will be eligible to apply for the NSF I-Corps program. The NSF program uses the same curriculum, largely based on current “Lean Startup” methodologies, and focuses on early customer discovery and business model generation. Teams that successfully apply for the NSF I-Corps program will receive a $50K grant.
Education/Workshops, Customer Discovery, University-affiliated, Mentorship
Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures (JHTV) is the intellectual property administration center of the Johns Hopkins University. In addition to serving as the licensing, patent and technology commercialization office for Johns Hopkins researchers and inventors, JHTV also supports the growth of startup companies in and around the university and is an active liaison to parties interested in leveraging university research or materials for academic or corporate endeavors.
Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures (JHTV)
Johns Hopkins, founded in 1876, is America's first research university and home to nine world-class academic divisions working together as one university.
Johns Hopkins University (JHU)
TEDCO's mission is to enhance economic development growth through the fostering of an inclusive entrepreneurial and innovation ecosystem. At TEDCO, we discover, invest in, and help build great Maryland based technology companies.
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