Wednesday, March 28, 2012

New Fellowship Program to Aid Commercialization of Innovative Research

UC Berkeley is launching the Bakar Fellows Program to help early-career faculty commercialize innovative research across the fields of engineering, computer science, chemistry and biological and physical sciences, with the goal of guiding more discoveries from the research lab to the marketplace. The benefits of investing in promising research are illustrated by the successful work of Jay Keasling, who will serve on one of two program advisory committees. Berkeley Lab’s Jennifer Doudna (Physical Biosciences) and Alex Zettl (Materials Sciences) will join Keasling and others as members of the academic advisory committee. 

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