CITRIS Foundry is the University of California accelerator for founders building deep technology startups. We bring extensive experience at the leading edge of university-driven innovation and entrepreneurship to guide startups and institutional partners in bridging the gap from lab to market.
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At CITRIS Foundry, our founders are inventing the future. Walk into our brand-new entrepreneurship center on campus and you’ll see them working at the frontiers of gene editing, artificial intelligence, programmable hardware, energy systems, and other deep technologies.
For the past twelve months, the Fall...
Reposted from Berkeley News
By Brett Israel | Media Relations | March 7, 2017
The UC Berkeley campus has a new innovation hub that is the result of a partnership between Enel, a multinational power company, and the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society...
Reposted from California Magazine.
By Bill Snyder
How’s this for a modern take on the venerable office vending machine? You swipe your credit or debit card, open a fridge-like glass door, and choose from an array of fresh entrees and snacks. If you want a receipt, the machine...
Reposted from the Huffington Post,
By Camille Crittendon | Deputy Director, CITRIS
Participation by women in scientific research is rising — women now outnumber men majoring in biological sciences and the percentage of women awarded doctoral degrees in life sciences grew from 15 percent in 1969 to 52 percent in 2009. Yet...
Join us for a screening and discussion of the new documentary, She Started It, on February 8th.
Did you know?
96% of venture capitalists are men (1).
Women still account for less than 10% of founders for high growth firms (2) and earn only 12.9% of computer science...