March 5–8, 2024
Please note: The academy will take place in person at the University of California Livermore Collaboration Center. There is no charge for accepted LLNL and SNL participants to attend.
—NATIONAL LABS ENTREPRENEURSHIP ACADEMY ALUMNUS
Sandia National Laboratories researchers Tina Nenoff and Pat Brady and former postdoctoral appointee Koroush Sasan study how hydrotalcite can filter silica out of cooling tower water at power plants. | Photo by Randy Montoya
Connect with other National Labs innovators who want to grow their entrepreneurial mindset—and bring their innovation to market.
Develop a network of established entrepreneurs and professionals who can help mentor and connect you as you move forward with your career or new venture.
Meet one-on-one in a virtual speed-dating format with industry experts who help you focus your approach and hone your pitch.
Information-filled lectures, interactive workshops, rich panel discussions and more provide a solid foundation to help you commercialize your research.
UC Davis Graduate School of Management
UC Davis Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Lawrence Livermore National Lab
—Elsie Quaite-Randall, Interim Director
Innovation and Partnerships Office | Lawrence Livermore National Lab
L3-HAPLS—the world’s most advanced and highest average power, diode-pumped petawatt laser system—was designed, developed and constructed in only three years by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s NIF and Photon Science Directorate. | Photo by Jason Laurea/LLNL