Duke’s Office for Translation & Commercialization will host its 5th Invented at Duke program, an annual celebration and showcase of Duke inventors and inventions.
The event will include remarks from Duke President Vincent Price, head of OTC Robin Rasor, and a featured speaker: Schiciano Family Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Jungsang Kim, co-founder of quantum start-up IonQ and a strong supporter of the translation and commercialization community on campus.
The rest of the time, there will be featured inventors with booths, drinks and hors d’oeuvres, gifts for Duke inventors who register and attend, and more. You will see innovations and companies that have not only been started by Duke faculty and students, but have also been supported through funding and mentoring by a variety of Duke translational funds, incubators and more.
Whether you’re already part of the Duke entrepreneurial and innovation ecosystem or you’re just starting to explore how to bring your research out to the public—or perhaps you’re a member of the wider Triangle technology commercialization ecosystem—there will be something to learn and celebrate.