Archive for November, 2010

Biomedical Incubation


4entrepeneur interviews Christian Behrenbruch, Managing Director of Momentum Biosciences in Los Angeles
by Richard Jones, Jr.

In addition to his managing role at Momentum Biosciences, Christian Behrenbruch, PhD MBA, is a Professor in the Crump Institute for Molecular Imaging, Department of Medical and Molecular Pharmacology, David Geffen School of Medicine and “Entrepreneur in Residence” at UCLA.
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Carpe diem: entrepreneur ecosystem


Here is a great post by Seth Godin on following the principle of ecosystem. Ecosystem is critical for sustaining a healthy economy. Entrepreneurs play a vital role in completing the cycle. Entrepreneurs build companies; entrepreneurs jump in to save ailing companies; entrepreneurs keep on innovating so that there is never a missing link within a [...]

Carpe diem : Conceptual discipline


- Jay Maharjan
When the American economy moved from agricultural days to the industrial age in mid 1950s, there was an official term ‘ industrial discipline’ used to direct the new workforce to adjust to the demand of the industrial revolution. The movement behind the industrial discipline prepared the new white collar converts to think, act [...]

Teaching entrepreneurship to Youth


Jay Maharjan (03.04.09)
In the time of the recession, I hear more people discussing the need for ‘sustainable’ innovation. As the legendary venture capitalist Eugene Kleiner would say – Even turkeys can fly in a high wind. In the times of strong economies, even bad companies can look good -. We need a new breed of [...]

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