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    How can science and technology researchers get their business off the ground?

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    Come along to a panel discussion with STEM startup founders and investors.

    Join NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer Professor Hugh Durrant-Whyte, University of Sydney Deputy Vice Chancellor, Research Duncan Ivison, venture capitalists from Uniseed and Main Sequence Ventures and a panel of startup founders from research STEM backgrounds, as they discuss how to start and grow a business from university research.The panel will share insights on founding global businesses, including how to acquire the technical and business skills you need to succeed, and how to talk to investors.

    Discover how to access university incubators and other programs that assist STEM researchers and students to transition viable ideas into global business opportunities.

    Presented by Uniseed, the University of Sydney Knowledge Hub, and Inspiring Australia.


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