Richard Lyon's visionary plan for the future of innovation at Berkeley.
- UC Berkeley's new vision to be carried out by Rich Lyons, its new chief innovation and entrepreneurship officer.
- Richard Lyons talks with Big Think about the need to transform universities' "intellectual capital."
- All educational disciplines could benefit with greater innovative principles.
- Blockchain is becoming more prevalent and with it, the need for blockchain developers, opening up an entirely new job market.
- More universities are jumping on the band wagon and offering courses on blockchain development
- Courses you can learn and how you can use the advancement of blockchain to get ahead
Hertz Foundation Fellow Dr. Christopher Loose sold his first startup for $80 million. His advice is probably the kind you want to hear.
Hertz Foundation Fellow Dr. Christopher Loose sold his first startup for $80 million in 2012, and co-founded his second startup, Frequency Therapeutics Inc., in 2015, which is developing methods to restore hearing loss, with greater applications in human regenerative medicine. Even if you aren't in the field of medicine, innovators of any kind looking to found their first startup will benefit from his experience and advice on mentorship, building a balanced team, consulting experts, and how to develop the right first product—one that the rest of your career might be valued on. The Hertz Foundation mission is to provide unique financial and fellowship support to the nation's most remarkable PhD students in the hard sciences. Hertz Fellowships are among the most prestigious in the world, and the foundation has invested over $200 million in Hertz Fellows since 1963 (present value) and supported over 1,100 brilliant and creative young scientists, who have gone on to become Nobel laureates, high-ranking military personnel, astronauts, inventors, Silicon Valley leaders, and tenured university professors. For more information, visit hertzfoundation.org.