STEMskiller: Skill Set Map for Mentors of Early Career Researchers
Entrepreneurship & startups (includes: innovation, commercialization)
Mentors of early career researchers may wish to encourage mentees to consider transferring ideas into the business setting. While some institutions have support for “innovation ecosystems,” others do not.
Useful resources on Entrepreneurship & startups:
MIT Innovation Initiative (MITii). (2020). Documents library. https://innovation.mit.edu/documents-library/
Working papers, seminar summaries, and reports produced by MITii, designed to support “the process of taking ideas from inception to impact.” A wealth of resources with can be used by institutions wishing to created similar support programs.
Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship. (2020). MIT ORBIT. https://orbit-kb.mit.edu/hc/en-us
Knowledge base of frequently asked questions, many not related specifically to MIT. The “General Questions>Getting Started” section includes lists of online resources as well as lists of useful books and blogs.
Stanford Technology Ventures Program & Stanford Management Science & Engineering. (2020). eCorner. https://ecorner.stanford.edu/
A wealth of materials to designed to provide entrepreneurs with inspiration. Includes videos, podcasts, articles, and a subscription newsletter.
Tags: IPS WC; IPS OC; IPS R; IPS QL; IPS IL; IPS T; IPS PS; PSR CE; PSR IKC; PSR ER; PSR LL; CompS
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Table of contents:
- 3.6.3. Knowledge transfer, patenting, legal and business standardization
3.6.4. Intersectoral awareness and experience (internships/"real world” work experiences, experiential learning)
Author: Stephanie Krueger
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Last Updated: October 28, 2021