Purdue University - Department of Computer Science - Freedom from Cancer Startup Challenge, Phase One Opens Oct 18

Freedom from Cancer Startup Challenge, Phase One Opens Oct 18

About the Freedom from Cancer Startup Challenge

Want to join a bold initiative to launch 100 startups focused on improving the lives of millions of cancer patients? The Center for Advancing Innovation has launched the Freedom from Cancer Startup Challenge in partnership with MedImmune/AstraZeneca with an audacious goal to launch, create and mentor 100 cancer-focused startups.
FCSC is currently open for entry and seeking teams and individuals to participate from your Purdue University! Participate as a team member or create your own team to start a new career in entrepreneurship and learn from our accelerator program! You can find more information about available roles on our website below.
Entrants and teams in our challenge will have an opportunity to:
• Expand your Industry Network
• Receive Expert Training and Dedicated Mentorship
• Win Prize Money and Funding
• Cure and/or Prevent Cancer
• Launch a New Career!
Competition entries are now being accepted through December. The first phase of the challenge will start on October 18th. Funding is provided by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation and MedImmune/AstraZeneca.
Those interested can enter now on our website: http://www.freedomfromcancerchallenge.org/. Form a team and enter now!. If you are interested or have questions, please contact Jonathan@thecenterforadvancinginnovation.org

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