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Welcome and Introductions [Women's Entrepreneurship Summit]
Dr. Royster welcomes participants to the summit and participants self-introduce and share interest in subject and share compelling issues facing women entrepreneurs. With the help and expertise of the participants, we ...
Panel Discussion [Women's Entrepreneurship Summit]
The participants share the designs that they are using and the value that's added by starting a new program.
Developing a Georgia Tech Based Program | Design Thinking Models
The participants define the criteria, need, location, and challenges/opportunities of a successful design model and identify potential partners (public, private, academic, etc.).
Setting the Stage | Mapping the Ecosystem
The participants present on the results of their breakout session. The topics include their observations and experiences working with women entrepreneurs, evaluation of the existing environment for women entrepreneurs, ...
Technological discipline, obese bodies and gender: A sociological analysis of gastric banding
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-08-22)
America's obesity ̒epidemic̕, coupled with increasing use of biomedical technologies in healthcare, has helped usher in new technoscientific methods to medically manage the bodies of overweight and obese individuals. ...
Announcing ITID 2.0
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008)
Innovation in the Post-TRIPs Regime in Indian Pharmaceutical Firms: Implications for Pharmaceutical R&D Model
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-10)
Incubators as tool for entrepreneurship promotion in developing countries
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-10-08)
This paper reviews the literature on incubators in developed and developing countries. We show that the concept of incubators has evolved in time according to market and firm needs. Contemporary successful incubators are ...
Interactions Between Firms and Universities in Brazil: A Historical Perspective
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-09)
The interaction between firms and universities in Brazil is very weak. Successful "points of interaction" between science and technology are scarce and localized. This paper investigates the historical roots of this pattern ...