In Norway the SPARK program has been established by UiO:Life Science which is the largest strategic interdisciplinary initiative at the University of Oslo. In 2024 Norway’s largest university building will be completed at the university. The Norwegian Government invests about one billion dollars in the building and expects increased value creation and a strengthened Norwegian […]
A group photo of Stanford and SPARK Alumni after the plenary lecture by Daria at the joint symposium for six major national projects for common and rare diseases funded by the Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED).
In November 2018, following his introduction of the SPARK Monash course and showcase, Prof Michael Wallach was awarded the inaugural Accelerating Australia ecosystem leadership award. Michael has supported and championed the SPARK Sydney course for several years and contributed significantly to the SPARK Monash course, flying to Melbourne frequently to run bootcamps and workshops. Michael’s […]
SPARK Finland has been active in supporting SPARKees both in increasing the maturity of their solutions and also becoming fundable projects and companies. Support is provided by the community of our SPARK teams, mentors, managers and SPARK global network. This community enables us to support all of us also in those situations, when support is desperately needed… when […]
The GO-Bio Award Winners 2018 have been selected: Eight founding teams were honoured at the Biotechnology Days in Berlin. They each receive millions in funding from the BMBF. We are proud to announce that two are SPARK mentored projects. We send our congratulations to all winners, especially Regine Heilbronn and team (Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin) and Felix Lorenz and […]