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  • Technology Commercialization Panel: Taking University Inventions to Market

    A Keller Center panel discussion on technology commercialization of university scientific and engineering inventions. The panel is moderated by Professor Ed Zschau, who has been an entrepreneur and a venture capital investor, as well as a two-term U.S. congressman. Zschau currently teaches the po...

    Tags: Princeton Channel, Inventions, Entrepreneurship

    December 20, 2013

  • Brian O'Kelley: Three Failures and a (Big) Success: The Evolution of a Startup CEO

    AppNexus CEO Brian O'Kelley charmingly and candidly describes his entrepreneurial exploits in this talk titled "Three Failures and a (Big) Success: The Evolution of a Startup CEO." From O'Kelley's AppNexus bio: "Brian O'Kelley is best known for creating the first successful online ad exchange as ...

    Tags: Princeton Channel, Entrepreneurship

    December 20, 2013

  • Ricardo Levy speaks at Princeton University on the essence of entrepreneurship

    Engineer, entrepreneur, and author Ricardo Levy *67, spoke the Princeton University campus in 2011 on the essence of entrepreneurship. Levy, who earned a master's degree in Chemical Engineering at Princeton, will share his experiences on founding and building a successful entrepreneurial venture ...

    Tags: Princeton Channel, Entrepreneurship

    December 20, 2013

  • The Next Great Entrepreneurial Opportunity: How to Identify Market White Space

    David Teten lectures on the Princeton University campus on Thursday, November 14, 2013. The talk addressed the importance of market research in starting a business, identifying proper audiences for a product, and ways to reach out to particular people. This event was part of the "The Creative M...

    Tags: Princeton Channel, Potential, Market Need

    December 20, 2013

  • Aaron Patzer - The $170 Million Idea: From Idea to Exit in 3 Years

    Aaron Patzer, founder of Mint.com, shares his experiences starting with a simple idea and ending in a $170 million acquisition deal of his company with Intuit Inc. Aaron is both the visionary and technical mind behind Mint.com, now the leading free, online money management in the US. He designe...

    Tags: Princeton Channel, Big Idea

    December 20, 2013

  • Happiness and Ultimate Good with Peter Singer

    There is widespread agreement that happiness is good, but is it the sole ultimate good? Princeton University Professor Peter Singer explores arguments for and against such a conclusion. He considers the implications for public policy that take happiness as one of the most important goods that ind...

    Tags: Princeton Channel, Peter Singer, Happiness

    November 27, 2013

  • Peter Singer: "The Ethics of What We Eat"

    Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University and professor at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics at the University of Melbourne, Peter Singer takes a hard look at the food we eat, where it comes from, and how it is produced.

    Tags: Princeton Channel, Ethics, Peter Singer

    November 27, 2013

  • Dr Cornel West ~Breaking The Shackles Of Capitalism And The Occupy Movement *The Indignants*

    Breaking the Shackles of Capitalism and the Occupy Movement ~Dr Cornel West More great video's here. In collaboration with the Black Students Association, Students United for the Representation of Latin America and King's Philosophy Students Association. About Dr. West: Cornel West is a prominen...

    Tags: Princeton Channel, Capitalism, Cornel West

    November 27, 2013