Grant turns lab rats into scientific entrepreneurs

Publication: msnbc.com   Date: December 20, 2011   View Article

Lab scientists are getting a $50,000 assist from the U.S. government to go to school and learn the entrepreneurial skills required to take their innovations into the marketplace and, perhaps, become millionaires.

“I am basically teaching them how to do eye contact and test their hypotheses outside of the lab,” Steve Blank, a startup guru at Stanford University who designed and teaches the course, told me Tuesday.

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