ncl-india.org | nclinnovations.org | venturecenter.co.in | ipface.org
Best viewed in 1024 X 768
NCL Innovation Park




Video archives

Innovation and Technology Enterprise Lecture Series

About the lecture series:

The Innovation and Technology Enterprise Lecture Series aims to present exemplary cases of research-based innovation translated into business ventures - the associated ideas, the people and the experiences - in order to inspire, energize and inform Indian scientists, technologists and business people.

Funded and supported by:

National Chemical Laboratory, Pune (a laboratory of the CSIR-India network)

Lectures:

Date Lectures:
(17 Dec 2015): 7th Innovation and Technology Enterprise Lecture Series, Prof Chaitan Khosla: Connecting Molecules to Human Health: Opportunities and Challenges for Start-ups in the For-Profit and Non-Profit Worlds | Register here
(17 Feb 2015): 6th Innovation and Technology Enterprise Lecture Series, Dr. Ramani Narayan: Entrepreneurship - an important "learning" for Scientists & Engineers - Experiences of a Faculty Entrepreneur in the BioPlastics Space | Register here | Photographs
1 April 2012: Dr. Harish Hande, Founder and Managing Director, Solar Electric Light Company, (SELCO-India): "Is solar expensive and does it make sense for the poor of our country?"
29 September 2008: Dr Keki Gharda, Founder, Gharda Chemicals: "Entrepreneurship and Innovation– A personal perspective"
10 January 2008: Prof Gerry George, Director, Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Imperial College, UK speak on "Inventing Entrepreneurs: technology Innovators and their Entrepreneurial Journey"
2 April 2007: Prof Peter Dobson, Academic Director, University of Oxford's Begbroke Science Park shall speak on "The journey from science to technology"
18 December 2006: Prof Sir Richard Friend, Cavendish Professor at Cambridge and Chief Scientist, Cambridge Display Technologies Ltd and Plastic Logic Ltd shall speak on "Company start-up in Cambridge: From science to technology to products"
CSIR