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Startup Law Initiative – Client Application Form Spring 2021

Through the Startup Law Initiative (SLI), law students team up with law firms to provide free legal incorporation services to local entrepreneurs. SLI’s services allow Bay Area founders to overcome…

Startup Fundamentals: FORM+FUND

Apply Now for Berkeley Law’s Startup Program! APPLICATIONS DUE SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 Startup Fundamentals: FORM+FUND Applications for FORM+FUND Fall 2020 — Berkeley Law’s workshop series for Berkeley-affiliated entrepreneurs — close…

Have a startup idea? Bay Area I-Corps can turn this idea into a reality! Deadline – 3/26

The Bay Area Regional I-Corps Node offers a one-week course based on Steve Blank’s Lean LaunchPad (Business Model Canvas + Customer Discovery). The three evening sessions will teach you to…

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2024 Chemical Ventures Conference

2024 Chemical Ventures Conference

Don’t miss the chance to attend the Chemical Ventures Conference scheduled for August 6-7, 2024, in Chicago, IL. This year’s conference will focus on the decarbonization of chemicals across the life cycle. Explore…

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Spring 2024 Alumni Dive Into Exciting Futures

July 12, 2024

This spring, a fresh cohort of SCET students graduated from UC Berkeley, already forging new paths into the entrepreneurial world. Part of these learners’ impressive backgrounds was forged with the…

Teachers and Coaches and Mentors, Oh My!

July 9, 2024

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Meet Our Spring 2024 Course Coordinators

June 18, 2024

Developing entrepreneurship skills isn’t about flipping through a textbook – it requires immersive, hands-on learning. The Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship has been designed by SCET to do just that. Through…

SCET Takes the Global Stage at Asian Leadership Conference

June 10, 2024

University of California, Berkeley Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (SCET) faculty, students, and alumni encouraged innovative global leadership at the 2024 Asian Leadership Conference (ALC) which took place in…

Highlights from HyLight: A Conversation with Founder Thomas Laporte

June 10, 2024

Thomas Laporte joined the SCET community in the spring of 2022 after participating in the Le Bridge Startup Fellows Program, hosted by Berkeley in collaboration with Emlyon Business School, where…

SCET’s Alt:Meat Lab Receives $800K Grant from Open Philanthropy

June 5, 2024

The UC Berkeley Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology (SCET) received a grant of $800K from Open Philanthropy this spring. The grant supports programs offered under SCET’s Alternative Meats Lab…

Nobel Peace Price Recipient Discusses War Crimes in the AI Era

May 13, 2024

The Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology welcomed Oleksandra Matviichuk, recipient of the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize, to discuss the role of artificial intelligence in war crimes in Ukraine, the…

Berkeley Haas student chosen for Auschwitz professional ethics fellowship

April 26, 2024

Patrick Drown, MBA 24 Patrick Drown, MBA 24, is heading to Germany and Poland this summer as one of 14 business fellows participating in Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study…

Friends with health benefits: How the buddy system pays off when pursuing goals

April 25, 2024

Image: AdobeStock Weekly targets, annual resolutions, five-year plans—all of them so troublingly elusive. With best intentions, most of us fail to stick with the goals we set. Next time, consider…

Dean’s Speaker Series: PG&E CEO Patti Poppe on ‘her hardest job yet’

April 24, 2024

(left to right) Dean Ann Harrison with Madhu Gupta and Paolo Gutierrez, both MBA 24, and Patti Poppe, CEO of PG&E. Photo: Katelyn Tucker Patti Poppe, current CEO of PG&E…

Faculty Focus on Matthew Francis

April 24, 2024

Matthew Francis is a professor in the Department of Chemistry. Research in the Francis lab is focused on the development of new synthetic methods for site-specific protein modification. These new…

Arnaud Paquet, MBA 24, wins top campus sustainability award

April 23, 2024

Arnaud Paquet, MBA 24 For Arnaud Paquet, MBA 24, winning a top annual UC Berkeley sustainability award was the culmination of two years of climate leadership and sustainability initiatives on…

First-Ever Study of AAPI Representation Among VC Investors Finds Persistent Underrepresentation

April 22, 2024

Despite a perception of inclusion, new data from DECODE, UC Berkeley’s SCET, and AAAIM show that AAPIs face an imbalanced reality.  In the fields of investments and venture capital, the…

California’s Exploding Rooftop Solar Cost Shift

April 22, 2024

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Nicole King, Matthew Welch among UC Berkeley scientists elected lifetime fellows of AAAS

April 18, 2024

Six UC Berkeley researchers have been elected 2023 Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the Science family of…

A Guide into Credit Cards

April 18, 2024

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First-Ever Study of AAPI Representation Among VC Investors Finds Persistent Underrepresentation

April 17, 2024

Despite a perception of inclusion, new data from DECODE, UC Berkeley’s SCET, and AAAIM show that AAPIs face an imbalanced reality.  In the fields of investments and venture capital, the…

Dean’s Speaker Series: Richard Thaler, David Leonhardt discuss future of the American economy 

April 16, 2024

NY Times writer David Leonhardt and Economist Richard Thaler. Photo: Katelyn Tucker Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Leonhardt believes that the American Dream has dimmed over time, but can rise again…

New program gives undergrads space to develop resilience

April 16, 2024

  Tarun Galagali, CEO of startup Mandala, (far right) with his class of undergraduate students in the new Foundations of Resilient Leadership Program. Julianna De Paula, BS 24, approaches life…

Electric Vehicle Charging We Can Count On

April 15, 2024

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