Open the Door to Partnerships: How 3 Short Sessions Can Benefit Your Business

April 21, 2021

Open the Door to Partnerships: How 3 Short Sessions Can Benefit Your Business

Join the Lab Innovation Networking Center (LINC) for its next event series “Open the Door to Partnerships: Benefit Your Business in 3 Short Sessions” on April 27, 28, and 29th at 12 pm PT.

At the 3-part event series, each day will be a short, fast-paced 45-minute program to highlight what businesses need to know and the next steps in the lab partnership process. A team of LINC lab officials will be on-hand at every session to answer specific questions live!

Companies of all sizes and technologies are welcome. Registration is free and all sessions will be held virtually.

The first session (4/27) features information on Department of Energy funding opportunities, guidance to the national lab ecosystem, and will highlight more funding opportunities via the national labs that you may not have realized existed.

The second session (4/28) will guide attendees through CRADAs (Cooperative Research and Development Agreements) and SPP (Strategic Partnership Projects) with specific industry examples.

At the final session (4/29), guests will hear about No-cost ways to engage with the labs (yes, that’s no-cost!) and the DOE Lab Partnering Service resource. Don’t miss them!

The Bay Area Lab Innovation Networking Center provides a front door to the four Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratories in the San Francisco Bay Area, linking corporations, startups, and investors to DOE’s world-class research and unique facilities. SLAC National Accelerator, Lawrence Berkeley, Sandia, and Lawrence Livermore national laboratories are part of DOE’s 17-lab complex and roughly $12-billion dollar per year research and development portfolio.