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Stanford University Entrepreneurship:

  • Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, (Graduate School of Business)
  • BASES, a student-run organization that hosts educational and motivational programs to provide employment resources, business plan development assistance and company start-up seminars. Conducts the Stanford Entrepreneurís Challenge, BASES Global Challenge, Industry Thought Leaders Seminar, the Interact Forum, and the Startup Job Fair.
  • Mayfield Fellows Program, affiliated with STVP
  • Stanford Biodesign Network, encourages and facilitates invention, patenting and early stage development of medical devices. "With a member base of nearly 900 academic and industry participants, the Biodesign Network website provides a mechanism for networking among individuals who work in the biomedical technology industry, particularly medical devices, diagnostics, tissue engineering and related areas."
  • Office of Technology Licensing (OTL)
  • Stanford Entrepreneurship Task Force, provides one point of contact for all entrepreneurship-related activities, resources, and networking opportunities on campus.
  • Stanford Technology Ventures Program, (STVP); entrepreneurship center within the School of Engineering, with courses, conferences, internships, web sites and research activities designed to promote entrepreneurship education.

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