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Promotes rigorous interdisciplinary research based on the conviction that the pressing problems of our time are simultaneously scientific and social, technological and political, ethical and economic. Offers courses, events, special projects, working groups, and networks of professionals and other students.




  • Timeline: Many: Year-round
    Location: UC Berkeley
    Eligibility: Any

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    Aims to foster entrepreneurship in the UC Berkeley postdoctoral and graduate community. Provides tools, mentoring, and a platform for science-business communication to enable research innovations to move into the marketplace.




  • Timeline: Many: Year-round
    Location: UC Berkeley
    Eligibility: Students (UC Berkeley)

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    Offers seed funding, work labs and space, presentations, events, webscasts, and discussions on tech in society. Focuss on initatives in connected communities, health, robots and people, and sustainable infrastructures.




  • Timeline: Many: Year-round
    Location: Bay Area, Any
    Eligibility: Any

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    Stack Social  Training and Support

    Online Store and free/paid resources including Apps, Gadgets, Creative Resources, Software, and Video Tutorials to help Apple fanatics, developers, designers, entrepreneurs, gamers, and early adopters. Offers courses for programming and bundled deals for software and learning materials.




  • Location: Any
    Eligibility: Any

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    Brad Feld’s blog  Training and Support

    Gives insight into how to approach scaling hardware companies with investment opportunities, and other investment thoughts.




  • Location: Any
    Eligibility: Any

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    The first ever Sankalp Global Innovation Challenge (Sankalp GIC) is a call for innovative technology-based product solutions that can reach the Next 3 Billion (N3B) and contribute to inclusive development. The platform will recognize some of the best innovations from around the world for their relevance to the emerging markets in developing countries (developing Asia, Africa, and Latin America). Top innovators get to showcase their work at the Sankalp Global Summit along with a chance to win prize money upto $50k.




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Any

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    Looks for social innovators working to change the world and address issues regarding open technology, knowledge and learning. Provides 2 types of grants for Fellows: fellowship grant of various amount (based on Fellow’s salary) and a co-investment project funding of up to $250,000 per Fellow per year.




  • Timeline: 2: Summer, Fall
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Any

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    The Lemelson-MIT Prize is awarded to outstanding mid-career inventors (either individual or pair), who have developed a patented product or process of significant value to society, which has been adopted for practical use, or has a high probability of being adopted. Potential nomineeds are inventors, venture capitalists, engineers, or other influential professionals in the fields of science, engineering, medical or business.




  • You must be nominated for this opportunity.
    Timeline: 1: Fall
    Location: US
    Eligibility: Any (w. a Bachelor's Degree)

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    For biomedical and bioengineering students who have ideas for a health device, product, or technology that will address a current medical issue. Winners receive up to $10,000 in funding and recognition at the annual MD&M Medical Device Tradeshow and Convention.




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Students (UG and Graduate, 1 must be an Engineering Student)

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    DEBUT challenges teams of students in undergraduate biomedical education to solve real world problems in healthcare. Prizes of up to $20,000 will be awarded.




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Students (Undergraduate)

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    The 12-month program selects Ambassadors who work as entrepreneurs, industry, government, or academia, and are prepared to be leaders and change agents in promoting invention in the STEM fields. There will be advocacy opportunities, public engagement activities and symposiums to engage media, policy makers, and the public.




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: US
    Eligibility: Any

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    List of awards for clean tech and sustainable, humanitarian design, as well as a separate grants for humanitarian technology projects.




  • Timeline: Many: Year-round
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Any

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    4-month Summer Research Fellowship that grants 10 $5k grants to engineering students engaged in global development, supported by a grant from the United Engineering Foundation (UEF). The Fellowship is a new offering from E4C’s Innovation Lab, which supports the development of knowledge tools for designers, manufacturers and implementers of poverty‐alleviating products and services. Fellows will deepen their understanding of development engineering through research, analysis and normalization of solutions




  • Timeline: 1: Winter
    Location: Any (The Fellows may be based in their location of residence)
    Eligibility: Students (Engineering) Senior undergraduate, graduate and post-graduates in engineering with a focus and/or specialization in global development aligned to E4C’s target sectors (i.e. Energy, Health, Water, Agriculture, Housing, Transport and Information

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    Compete for cash and prizes and represent your school in competition encouraging innovation, entrepreneurship, and creativity in students who are working on cutting-edge inventions at their colleges and universities nationwide.




  • Timeline: 1: Summer
    Location: US
    Eligibility: Students

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    The Intel-Cornell Cup is a college-level embedded design competition created to empower student teams to become the inventors of the newest innovative applications of embedded technology. Teams have the opportunity to win up to $7,500.




  • Timeline: 1: Fall
    Location: US
    Eligibility: Students* - must be UG or Graduate Engineering students at a US college program (Foreign students are allowed so long as they are full-time undergraduate or Master’s of Engineering students in an accredited U.S. college program.)

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    Interdisciplinary innovation competition open to all undergraduate students and recent graduates of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Winners earn a cash prize of $20,000 for first place and $10,000 for second place, a free U.S. patent filing by Georgia Tech’s Office of Technology Licensing, valued at approximately $20,000, for both the first-place and second-place winners, a People’s Choice Award of $5,000 selected by online and text voting during the event, and acceptance into the summer cohort of Flashpoint, a Georgia Tech business creation and innovation program.




  • Timeline: 1: Winter
    Location: US (Georgia)
    Eligibility: Students (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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    Resources and mentorship for companies working on: connected mobile sensors and platforms; ultra-low power computing platforms for wearable connected devices; robotics for consumer electronics; or thermal management materials and architectures. Winners extended support from Samsung mentors and engineers, and an additional $5,000 in funding for a total of $10,000 in seed funds for participation in CITRIS Foundry.




  • Timeline: Rolling
    Location: UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced, UC Santa Cruz
    Eligibility: Students, Faculty, staff, or alumni (at one of the four CITRIS campuses: UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced, or UC Santa Cruz)

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    Haas Foundry Fellows are first and second-year FTMBAs, passionate about helping develop companies at the cutting edge of technology. Fellows work closely with founders to meet business challenges important to products, markets and investors on a 40-60 hour long engineering and business project over the course of a semester, which can also count for up to 10 academic units towards the students’ degree.




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: UC Berkeley
    Eligibility: Students (MBA students at UC Berkeley Haas)

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    Engineering Foundry Fellows are undergraduate STEM majors passionate about startups, and helping to create tomorrow’s leading companies. Fellows work closely with founders on critical issues related to specification, prototyping, manufacturing and design




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: UC Berkeley
    Eligibility: Students (UG STEM major students)

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    Provides $250k to $2 million in seed funds, validation funds, and transition to scale funds to support the development and validation of prevention and treatment approaches that increase access to primary health care for women and newborns in poor, hard-to-reach communities. Seeking innovative ideas addressing three main domains: (1) technology; (2) service delivery; and (3) “demand side” innovation that empowers pregnant women and their families to practice healthy behaviors and be aware of and access health care during pregnancy, childbirth and the early postnatal period, especially the first two days after birth. Awardees will receive support and networking assistance from each of the partners, engage with other innovators, and participate in high-level meetings including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s annual Grand Challenge meetings.




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Any

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    Offers students an exciting platform for learning about areas rich with career opportunities spanning science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Organizes Online Challenges in subjects such as robot construction, sustainable engineering, animation, and video production, with the chance to compete at the VEX Robotics World Championships and VEX IQ Challenge-based engineering competitions.




  • Timeline: Many: Year-round
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Students

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    The VEX U college and university competition has nearly 300 teams competing in local tournaments and at VEX Worlds. In addition to having a great time and building amazing robots, through their participation in VEX U students get to apply the theoretical STEM knowledge they learn in their college courses, while picking-up many of the academic and life skills necessary to excel in the work force.




  • Timeline: Many: Year-round
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Students

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    Provides students with a hands-on, co-curricular competition for learning about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and complements the existing technology-related competitions offered by the Technology Student Association (TSA). (STEM) and complements other competitions offered by the Technology Student Association (TSA).
    TSA VEX teams compete either at events held at TSA state conferences or at other tournaments. The season culminates with a championship event at the TSA VEX National Championship, held in conjunction with the National TSA Conference




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Students

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    Engineering For Change (E4C)  Accelerators and Incubators

    E4C is a hybrid organization with three integrated arms: An online academy, innovation lab, and a media platform. E4C’s mission is to improve the lives of underserved communities by better preparing the global development workforce, optimizing the solutions development cycle, and ensuring public health and safety.




  • Timeline: Rolling
    Location: Any
    Eligibility: Any

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    Bolt  Accelerators and Incubators

    Venture Capital Fund that invests $100k to $500k in early stage startups at the intersection of hardware and software, and offers world-class prototyping shops and office space in San Francisco and Boston; a team of professional engineering teans to assist with prototyping, manufacturing, shipping products, and scaling production efforts.




  • Timeline: Rolling
    Location: US (Boston, San Francisco)
    Eligibility: Any

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    Provides services tailored to health and biotech startups offering graduates and postdoctoral fellows at UC Berkeley with a matrix of support for entrepreneurs, incubators, venture capital fund, innovative partnerships and healthtech and science industry alliances, discounted conferences and events, and team-based coaching and advice. The Global innovation program works with individual country or regional clients to tailor a training program done, via satellite, for entrepreneurs across the globe, entrepreneurial partnerships, and site visits.




  • Timeline: Many: Year-round
    Location: Bay Area
    Eligibility: Students, faculty, staff, or alumni (UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UC Merced, UC Santa Cruz, UCSF)

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    Offers several types of residency programs lasting 3-6 months, events and guest speakers, capital, administrative and operational support, strategic capital, networking, and office space to experienced entrepreneurs so they can build market-driven software and services. The “”Entrepreneur-in-Residence program”” is a build-focused, 6-month engagement where EIRs have product support and fixed funding to rapidly build their own software-based concept; and the “”Hacker-in-Residence”” Program is a 3-month program where entrepreneurial engineers and developers have a chance to take on a current topic of interest to the Accelerator and build an innovative solution to tackle it.




  • Timeline: Rolling
    Location: US (San Francisco, New York City)
    Eligibility: For-profit

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    6 month practical, experience-based program that combines the consulting know-how of Silicon Valley accelerators with the vast resources of UC Berkeley to support startups of all industry fields, coupled with a mentorship program and wide network of investors, campus programs, the “”Skyfund”” investment, and a speical Skydeck Demo Day at the end of the program. Accelerates technology, science, and disruptive business startups. The program has five Practice Areas: Product Story, Market Traction, Business Model, Team Development, and Funding Plan.




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Location: Bay Area (UC Berkeley, LBNL, or UCSF)
    Eligibility: For-profit (UC Berkeley, LBNL, or UCSF Affiliated)

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    Hardware focused incubator that offers a 4-month curriculum taught by industry experts in fundraising, marketing, retail, and product and business development, community and connections via workspaces and networking, hands-on learning about manufacturing and supply chain management in Shenzhen, China, and up to $100k in investment Capital. Helps startups go from prototyping to large scale manufacturing, including a demo day, 1000 square foot lab, and trained staff and researchers.




  • Timeline: 1: Spring
    Eligibility: Any

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    Supports innovators and entrepreneurs addressing water problems by offering prize competitions, a business accelerator, access to capital and investment, market visibility, mentors and feedback, as well as in-kind resources. Their global innovation ecosystem includes leading utilities, corporations,
    investors, academic institutions and associations with the water sector, government, and social enterprise.




  • Timeline: Rolling
    Location: Bay Area
    Eligibility: Any

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    BerkeleyByte  Accelerators and Incubators

    Design, innovation, culture and technology news blog at UC Berkeley featuring various campus organizations, student projects and startups, thought-provoking and interesting news articles, events, and ideas. Emphasis on building connectionis, cross-disciplinary collaboration on campus, and exposure to fresh ideas.




  • Timeline: Many: year-round
    Location: UC Berkeley
    Eligibility: Any

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