The Amsterdam research landscape sees a continuous emergence of new opportunities, spin-offs, start-ups, and products and services. These benefit society in areas as diverse as education, healthcare, clean energy and information and communication technology (ICT). New companies started by staff (spin-offs) and students (start-ups) offer opportunities for collaboration and investment.
In the context of valorisation and entrepreneurship, each university participates in new ventures through a holding company:
Megosu.com is een online community voor productontwerpers. Van een bescheiden community is het platform in korte tijd uitgegroeid tot de grootste online community voor designers. De mogelijkheden voor verdere ontwikkeling van het platform kunnen met deze subsidie worden onderzocht. Megosu-oprichters Max Hochstenbach en Guido Lok zagen dat veel studentprojecten die ontstaan tijdens de opleiding Product […]News
Industrial and organizational psychologist Elisabeth Jäckel, UvA PhD candidate with the section Leadership & Management at Economics & Business, has won the UvA preliminary round of the international Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) pitch competition. In the 3MT competition, PhD candidates pitch their research in three-minute videos aimed at an audience of non-scientists. Elisabeth will represent […]News
Recently, researchers from Amsterdam UMC and other European hospitals, together with several companies and patient organizations, have proposed a revolutionary strategy for the treatment of Crohn’s disease and received funding of more than €10 million. The research involves the selection of treatments based on the DNA “methylome,” which is of critical importance to the many […]News