Life scientists seeking to turn a brilliant idea into a viable company can learn about the process of company formation at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation’s 2-day Life Science Ventures Summit planned for San Francisco on 22 and 23 June.
The Foundation will choose up to 200 would-be entrepreneurs, using as the main criteria “how much they will benefit from the experience based on where they are in their early-stage entrepreneurial journey” and the “commerical viability of their plan,” according to the Foundation’s announcement. Registration for the program will cost the selected participants $100. The deadline for applying is 2 April. More information and application materials are here.