START.nano 2022 Call for Applications

MIT.nano is now accepting applications for the 2022 START.nano cohort. Participating startups will have access to tools and other advantages that can help them develop their prototypes, validate the data, and position their companies for the next stage of growth. Read more and apply by January 14.

Spring 2022 course—2.S981 Engineering of nanoscale materials

The spring 2022 course 2.S981 Engineering of Nanoscale Materials, taught by Prof. Jeehwan Kim, is chance to learn about low dimensional materials: engineering principles and most updated progress/applications of graphene, transition dichalcogenides, quantum dots, nanotubes, nanowires, and thin films.

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Science Hub doctoral student fellowships

The Science Hub​, a new engagement between MIT and Amazon and hosted by the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing, is offering doctoral student fellowships for Spring 2022, focusing on conversational AI; energy efficient computing, efficient AI and computing on the edge; fairness & privacy in AI. The call for nominations​ is open until January 6, 2022.

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Patent strategy for entrepreneurs: Fall 2021 webinar series @ MIT

This webinar series prepares scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs for dealing with the patent issues they will face as innovators. The series spans a wide variety of topics in patent law, including claims, inventorship, patentability requirements, the patent application process, prosecution, post-grant proceedings, litigation, and licensing. 

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