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Innovation and Entrepreneurship

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  • Four women standing in a research lab

    Carolina selected for esteemed national Innovation Corps program that fuels scientific entrepreneurship, startup growth

    The National Science Foundation names the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill an I-Corps site. The prestigious designation will position Carolina to deliver focused entrepreneurship training and customer discovery research as part of a larger national effort.

  • More than a mindset

    A group of master’s and doctoral students is the first to pursue UNC-Chapel Hill’s new graduate Certificate in Innovation for the Public Good. How are they applying early lessons learned to create new programs, ventures and services that make a community impact?

  • Brian Strahl and Samantha Pattenden stand outside by an academic building.

    A convergent code

    Many cancers and rare diseases have origins in our DNA. A team of faculty members from many scientific backgrounds are converging around the field of epigenetics to rewrite faulty instructions by delivering chemical compounds to our genome – to treat genetic diseases without changing the DNA itself.