A program to test the commercial viability of early-stage science and technology ideas. The format is evening masterclasses and workshops for 6 weeks from February to March. The program culminates in our annual Showcase, at which we give out a cash prize. Read more about Create and VCC.
The competition is open to all undergraduate students within the Faculty of Natural Sciences (Chemistry, Life Sciences, Mathematics and Physics) and also to team members from other Faculties. The competition runs in 3 stages, with students working in teams to develop low-cost technology that would have an impact on Society. The top three teams will
Compete @ Enterprise Lab Compete @ Enterprise Lab will support Imperial College Business School students prepare for entry and participation in enterprise competitions locally, nationally and internationally. It will help these students through advising them individually, building their knowledge and skills in competition development and by supporting them to identify STEM students to collaborate and
Introducing the defining concepts of entrepreneurship, how to identify entrepreneurial opportunities and mobilise resources. Delivered by distinguished experts from the Imperial College Business School, the course will introduce students to the defining concepts of entrepreneurship. Learning objectives On successful completion of the course, you will be able to: Understand and appreciate fundamental concepts related to
An innovation community and pre-accelerator at Imperial Create is a community network ran by the Imperial College Enterprise Lab to support students and alumni to explore creative ventures with the potential for huge impact. We are driven by the knowledge that Imperial College students and the innovations they create are capable of changing the world.
Entrepreneurial PhD students Kerry O'Donnelly and Angela de Mazanos have secured investor funding worth £100k for their ingenious FungiAlert. FungiAlert is a clever device that acts as an early detection system for Phytophthora; a soil-based pathogen, estimated to destroy up to $2-7 billion, per crop, each year. It combines four low-cost technologies; a chemo-attractant needle