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2603, 2020

Faggin: Why Science and Spirituality will merge | Mind the Chat

By |March 26th, 2020|General, Investors, Policy Makers, Silicon Valley|

In this Mind the Chat, Marco Marinucci meets Federico Faggin. Not an ordinary Silicon Valley entrepreneur, nor an ordinary physicist nor "ordinary inventor" - his material achievements in physics, electronics and, generally speaking, our lives (just think microprocessor and touchscreen) are countless - but even in the range of extra-ordinary, he might be off the chart. In this chat, they focus on his current field of focus: study the nature of consciousness, as a direct consequence of an extra-corporeal experience experience he had in 1989.

2003, 2020

What makes Stanford StartX the best accelerator in the world | Mind the Chat

By |March 20th, 2020|Events, General, Startups, University News|

The world of startup accelerators is at a maturity stage, some will argue passed its prime time. Since 2005, when YCombinator, the first relevant accelerator, moved its first steps in the backyard of Harvard University, a myriad of other accelerators started populating the planet: with or without equity, government supported or commercial, fee based or run by a corporation. In this cacophony of models in search of sustainability, one keeps standing out for its consistent record of success: StartX the Stanford University accelerator.

2802, 2020

Hacking Policy | Opening cities and regions to Innovation and Entrepreneurship

By |February 28th, 2020|General, Policy Makers|

Policy Hackathon run by Mind the Bridge in partnership with Dell, during the 2019 Startup Europe Comes to Silicon Valley (SEC2SV) mission, in order to explore innovative ways to address some of today’s most pressing policy issues faced by global innovators and entrepreneurs.

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