IP boost for students
30 October 2011
Tim Barnes, Director of UCL Advances and UCL Enterprise, praises universities who are fostering a new generation of entrepreneurs by giving students full rights to their research's intellectual property (IP).
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- The new route to a fortune – Universities are encouraging students to start their own businesses by offering money and advice to help would-be entrepreneurs
- UCL Advances Enterprise Bootcamps are mentioned on BBC Radio 4
- UCL Advances Student Ventures Programme
The UCL Advances student ventures programme is a complete programme of support for UCL students that wish to start a business. It includes access to training, one-to-one business advice from our in-house advisor, access to loans and grant funding and the use of our Hatchery space. Further information on the programme can be found at: www.ucl.ac.uk/advances/students.
A list of UCL student ventures can be found at: www.ucl.ac.uk/advances/studentventures