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Recruiting for our spring cohort! January, 2017 Monthly news & updates Fed Tech helps our federal labs transition technologies through entrepreneurship. We pair entrepreneurs with innovations from across the $140B/year federal R&D enterprise to build new startups. Our cohorts feature lean startup methodology and focus on the unique aspects of spinning out federal IP.  Visit our Website Recruiting now for spring cohort! Now recruiting for our spring '17 cohort! We'll be running in Washington, DC from late March to mid May. Recruiting for entrepreneurs, mentors and federal labs.  Participants will spend 8 weeks building a business model around a federally funded technology and have the opportunity to license at the end of the cohort.  See our Fed Tech Flyer or email Ben Solomon for details.  Congrats to Fed Tech alum Grey Matter on its selection in the ChemBio Suit Challenge Congrats to Tommy Luginbill, CEO of Grey Matter, on the company's selection in the Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense Proof Challenge. Grey Matter will receive a prize that will allow it to continue the commercialization of Dr. Brandy White's technology from the Naval Research Lab. Way to go Tommy! Link to Program Description Sign up now for MD5's HADR Hackathon in Austin, TX Use your skills and join forces with MD5 to help solve Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief challenges using technology and data to help save lives. Join MD5 on February 24 - 26 in Austin, Texas for a hackathon unlike others. Over three days you’ll work with 100-150 other innovators from the DoD, UT Austin and the Austin community to tackle some of the toughest Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) challenges. Registration Page Featured Lab: Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) Air Force Research Laboratory, with headquarters at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, was created in October 1997. AFRL employs approximately 10,000 military and civilian personnel and conducts roughly $4B/year in S&T programming.  AFRL has a top tier IP portfolio across: aerospace, materials, human factors, cyber and directed energy. See available IP for license here:  AFRL Technologies Available for License Fed Tech Program | Email | Website Fed Tech | 387 Technology Drive, College Park, MD 20742 Unsubscribe [log in to unmask] Update Profile | About our service provider Sent by [log in to unmask] in collaboration with Try it free today