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Duke Entrepreneurial Leaders Network Announces New Cohort

ELN, a select group of Duke alumni committed to founding or leading an innovation-driven startup, has announced its 2024 cohort.

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Transforming inventions into products: Duke charts a path for student innovators

Duke’s innovation ecosystem collaborates to offer Duke graduate and professional students a hands-on technology commercialization bootcamp – focused on student-led inventions.

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How Stefan Roberts and inSoma Bio are upgrading fat grafting with Duke technology and support

Learn how the Duke community is helping BME Ph.D. graduate Stefan Roberts and his start-up inSoma Bio commercialize technology he developed in the lab of Professor Ashutosh Chilkoti.

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Duke is Inventive: A Century of Innovation at Duke University

A new Centennial physical and digital exhibit from OTC collects innovations, inventors, and companies spinning out of Duke University.

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Inventors, Assemble: The Newest Gadgets Coming Out of Duke

What do a smart toilet, an analog film app, and metamaterial computer chips have in common? They were all invented at Duke!

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Invented at Duke 2023 – Engineering highlights

The Pratt School of Engineering was a big participant in the 5th Annual Invented at Duke, with multiple inventors and resources. Watch the video here.

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Invented at Duke 2023 showcases a bustling innovation ecosystem

Featuring inventor booths, innovation resources, and strong support in speeches from leaders, Invented at Duke 2023 caps a big year for OTC.

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Exploring Entrepreneurship and Social Impact as a New Venture Fellow

Recent Duke Fuqua graduate Lily Schoen reflects on her experience, including working as a New Venture Fellow with Duke OTC

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How the Partnership of a Duke Ph.D. and a Professor Led to Multiple Medical Device Start-Ups

Biomedical engineer Cambre Kelly is developing solutions for orthopedic surgeons through multiple companies co-founded with her thesis advisor, Duke Professor Ken Gall.

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