Y-Prize Competition Kick-Off

Y-Prize logo The Y-Prize is a contest in which members of the Penn community compete to propose the best applications for an existing new technology. This year’s competition centers around two new technologies from the lab of James Pikul. Please join us for the Y-Prize Kick-off on Tuesday, October 1st, 6:30–9:00 p.m.

2018-2019 Y-Prize Grand Finale

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This event is the culmination of Penn’s 7th Annual Y-Prize Competition. Come see the four finalist teams battle it out for $10,000 to use towards commercializing their application for the featured Penn technologies. Each team will make a 10-minute pitch to a panel of leading industry figures and venture capitalists.

Y-Prize Competition Tech Briefing

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The Y-Prize is a contest in which members of the Penn community compete to propose the best applications for an existing technology. This year’s competition centers around Novel Materials and technologies from the labs of Rob Carpick and Haim Bau. Join us as our tech consultants explain the competition’s featured

2016-2017 Y-Prize Grand Finale

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This event is the culmination of Penn’s 5th Annual Y-Prize Competition. Come see the four finalist teams battle it out for $10,000 to use towards commercializing their application for cutting-edge Penn technology. Each team will make a 10-minute pitch to a panel of leading industry figures and venture capitalists. A

Y-Prize Creating your Proposal Q&A

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This event will provide tips and guidance for creating your Y-Prize submission from Prof. Jeffrey Babin. Also, hear from a member of the Penn Center for Innovation about the potential for licensing opportunities, and from our head judge, Dean Miller. Please RSVP here:

Y-Prize Competition Tech Briefing

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The Y-Prize is a contest in which members of the Penn community compete to propose the best applications for an existing technology. This year’s competition centers around Novel Materials and technologies from the labs of Shu Yang and Igor Bargatin. Join us as our tech consultants explain the competition’s featured technology in detail!

Y-Prize 2016-2017 Kickoff

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The Y-Prize is a contest in which members of the Penn community compete to propose the best applications for an existing technology. This year’s competition centers around Novel Materials and technologies from the labs of Shu Yang and Igor Bargatin. Join us as we kick off our 2016-2017 competition!