Commercialization Events

Upcoming Events

Bio LaunchPad Seminar Series

Bench2Market Talks

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Helping Georgia Tech entrepreneurs learn how to fund and commercialize their technology.

This free educational series is hosted monthly from September – June to provide commercialization guidance to the university research community. Each session features lectures, panel discussions, or workshops lead by content experts on topics critical for technology translation success. 

This series is co-sponsored by Biolocity, the Georgia Clinical & Translational Science Alliance (CTSA), and the Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience.


Previous Seminar Recordings

Bio LaunchPad Seminar Series

"What is Patentable, Enablement and Examples, and Basics of Patent Prosecution" - Yvonne Shyntum, Ph.D., J.D., Partner, Pabst Patent Group - March 24, 2022

Bio LaunchPad Seminar Series

“What You Need to Know About Raising Capital” - Connor Seabrook, M.B.A. - Georgia Research Alliance - November 18, 2021

Bio LaunchPad Seminar Series

“IP Strategy Basics for Your Start-up” - Patrea Pabst, J.D.Partner, Pabst Patent Group - October 14, 2021

IP Strategy Basics for Your Startup Presentation Slides 

General IP Presentation Slides

Bio LaunchPad Seminar Series

"Two Ventures Capitalists Walk into a Lab..." - Andy Schwab - Founder, Managing Partner; Deborah Palestrant, Ph.D. - Head of 4:59, 5AM Ventures - May 11, 2021

Petit Entrepreneurship Academy - Christopher Seabolt

"What Venture Capitalists Are Looking For - And How to Provide It" - January 12, 2021

Petit Entrepreneurship Academy - Kirk Barnes & Jane McCracken

"Networking for Entrepreneurs and How to Give an Effective Elevator Pitch" - September 13, 2019

The I-CORPS Experience: Hear First-hand from Your Colleagues

The Innovation Corps (I-Corps) program aims to develop scientific and engineering discoveries into useful technologies, products and processes.