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UCSF Innovation Ventures and COVID-19 Technologies

With the elevated danger of COVID-19, UCSF Innovation Ventures’ approach to engagement reflects the University’s position on doing our best to share our technology far and wide, for maximum public benefit. Our team is prioritizing all COVID-19 technologies. We are directing our resources to the projects identified by our leadership as those of greatest importance. UCSF has many assets and we will do all we can to help marshal them, including our active search for the best opportunities our team can find to advance the University’s healthcare discoveries. This requires we keep an open mind and an entrepreneurial spirit. Where we are assured of our faculty’s support – and that it is in the best interest of our funders and the technology – we will adopt an ‘open access’ approach to help distribute our technologies as widely as possible. Where we can we will

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Stanford Technology Ventures Program : Home

Stanford Technology Ventures Program : Home


In the Department of Management Science & Engineering

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Stanford ETL: How Strava Found Its Niche

“Go an inch wide and a mile deep.” Mark Gainey, co-founder and executive chairman of Strava, explores how focusing on the niche category of passionate road cyclists helped the company to sustainably scale.

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MS&E Faculty Win Research Award

STVP faculty co-directors’, MS&E Assoc. Prof. Chuck Eesley and MS&E Prof. Kathy Eisenhardt, article “Failure is an option: Institutional change, entrepreneurial risk, and new firm growth,” wins award for Responsible Research in Mgmt.

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Building Billion Dollar Businesses

Unicorns aren’t random occurrences. In fact, truly massive tech companies share some very similar DNA. Listen to MS&E Lecturer and Alchemist Accelerator’s managing director, Ravi Belani’s Stanford ETL talk.


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