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NYU Entrepreneurial Institute

 

Founded in 2012, the NYU Entrepreneurial Institute leads a university-wide initiative to accelerate the pace of technology commercialization and the launch of successful startups founded by NYU's 60,000 students, faculty and researchers. The Institute's team of startup experts and thought leaders offers educational programming, events, resources, and funding, via the NYU Innovation Venture Fund, to inspire, educate, connect, and accelerate entrepreneurs across NYU.

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Berkley Eship Center

Each year, the Berkley Center serves more than 1,100 NYU students, alumni, faculty and staff interested in launching new ventures or accelerating the growth of existing ones. The Center's team provides hands-on one-on-one assistance, how-to programs, conferences and events. 

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Catherine B Reynolds Entrepreneurship

The Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation Program in Social Entrepreneurship is designed to attract, encourage and train a new generation of leaders in public service.

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Office of Industrial Liason

NYU‘s Office of Industrial Liaison (OIL) is where NYU inventors go to disclose an invention and file a patent application to ensure their valuable ideas are protected. It is also the place to go to license technologies and intellectual property developed at NYU.
 

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Innovation and Entrepreneurship at NYU's School of Engineering

The Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at NYU's School of Engineering offers programs, resources, networking opportunities and incubator space to connect faculty and students to the New York City startup ecosystem.

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