Bioentrepreneurship Education and Training Trends
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Keywords

bioentrepreneurship education

Abstract

Biomedical and health entrepreneurship continues to expand around the world. Driven by global pressures to optimize the allocation of scarce resources, life science bioentrepreneurs are creating innovative products, platforms, service and systems that deliver more value. As a result, the demand for biomedical and health professional entrepreneurial talent has increased and biomedical and health innovation and entrepreneurship education and training (BEET) programs are growing to fill the gap.

This paper highlights 10 trends in bioentrepreneurship education and training

https://doi.org/10.5912/jcb647
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