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Date: Oct 23, 2018
Time: 08:00 to 09:30
Venue: DTU Skylab,Diplomvej 373A, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Partner Event: Dr. Robert Langer (MIT) Visits DTU
 

AmCham Denmark, on partnership with the Danish Ministry for Higher Education and Science, the U.S. Embassy and DTU, is pleased to invite all interested stakeholders to an inspirational keynote by MIT's Dr. Robert Langer.

The newly announced center for entrepreneurship at the Technical University of Denmark, DTU Entrepreneurship, is delighted to invite you to a keynote with one of the greatest minds of our century, Dr. Robert Langer from MIT. 

Dr. Langer is a biomedical inventor, serial startup founder and MIT Institute Professor. He has received numerous awards, including the United States National Medal of Science, and has been named one of the most influential individuals in biotechnology. Dr. Langer is the most cited engineer in history, and he has written over 1,250 articles and has 1,100 current and pending patents and licensed or sublicensed to 300 pharmaceutical, chemical, biotechnology and medical device companies, earning him the nickname “the Edison of medicine” – a testament to his belief that entrepreneurship is an effective path for transforming science into life-saving and life-improving inventions.

Please join us for this keynote where Dr. Langer will share his thoughts of what he has learned from founding more than 30 startups.
The message is clear from Dr. Langer: ”Do something that’s big. Do something that really can change the world rather than something incremental”. To Langer, “impact” means the number of people an invention could help.

TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT, CLICK HERE (max. capacity of 80 people).

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