Technology Management Program 2007

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New Ventre Creation: Vision, Strategy, Tactics & Implementation

Ann Winblad is the co-founding Partner of Hummer Winblad Venture Partners and a well-known and respected software industry entrepreneur. • Order Catalog #UCTV 4441


Emerging Technoogy Ventures: What Is the Next Transformation?

Barbara Grant's American River Ventures is a $100 million early-stage fund founded in 2001 by and for entrepreneurs passionate about starting great companies. • Order Catalog #UCTV 4440


8th Annual New Venture Competition

The Alumni Choice award went to Active Life Technologies, members: Davis Brimer and Alex Proctor. Active Life offers the Osteoprobe for mechanical and material properties of bone in vivo. • Order Catalog #UCTV 4405


Getting Wize: Making Sense of Web 2.0

Tom Patterson, joining Wize as CEO, sits on the Wize Board of Directors and has first hand insights into development of software tools. Order Catalog #UCTV 4439


New Media Entrepreneurship: Strategies for Tomorrow

John Hartmann, a serial engineer turned educator, has created an Internet based artist management community that discovers new talent. Order Catalog #UCTV 4438


The Right Start: Building Great Relationships with Your Bankers

Harris H. Simmons, chairman of Zions First National Bank, knows the banking industry inside out. Order Catalog #UCTV 4437


Peak Oil: Depletion & Denial

Paul Roberts, as part of the Emerging Energy Technologies Summit 2007, addressed Peak Oil: Depletion & Denial Order Catalog #UCTV 4386-A


Carbon-based Fuels

Severin Borenstein, Stephen J. Golden, & Amory Bloch Lovins, as part of the Emerging Energy Technologies Summit 2007, Session One, addressed No End to Fossil Fuels: Why Renewables Lose without Policy Intervention and other related topics. • Order Catalog #UCTV 4386-B


Renewable Energy & the Hydrogen Economy

Alan Heeger & Joan Ogden, as part of the Emerging Energy Technologies Summit 2007, Session Two/Program One, addressed revolutionary approaches to energy. Order Catalog #UCTV 4386-C


Renewable Energy & the Hydrogen Economy

Michal Moore & Bengt Kasemo, as part of the Emerging Energy Technologies Summit 2007, Session Two/Program Two, addressed renewable energy. A lively panel discussion followed, which included Walter Kohn, Paul Davis, Hal La Flash, and Chuck McDermott. • Order Catalog #UCTV 4386-D


Sustainable Development/Communities

Larisa Dobriansky & Doug Newman, as part of the Emerging Energy Technologies Summit 2007, Session Three/Program One, addressed issues such as Public Private Partnerships for Community Sustainability. Order Catalog #UCTV 4386-E


Sustainable Development/Communities

Ernst von Weizsäcker, as part of the Emerging Energy Technologies Summit 2007, Session Three/Program Two, addressed issues regarding energy and community sustainability. A panel discussion followed. Order Catalog #UCTV 4386-F


Dificult Choices for Our Energy Future

Michael Corradini, Mujid Kazini, & Tim Appenzeller, as part of the Emerging Energy Technologies Summit 2007, Session Four/Program One, addressed topics such as Nuclear Power–Prospects in the 21st Century. There were three separate talks. Order Catalog #UCTV 4386-G


Difficult Choices for Our Energy Future

Frank Alix & Sally M. Benson, as part of the Emerging Energy Technologies Summit 2007, Session Four/Program Two, addressed topics such as Can CO2 Capture & Storage in Deep Geological Formations Make Coal-fired Electricity Generation Climate Friendly? A panel discussion followed. Order Catalog #UCTV 4386-H


Core Energy Efficiency Strategies from UC Santa Barbara's Research

Tony Cheetham, Shuji Nakamura, Matthew Tirrell, & Ernst von Weizsäcker offered a panel discussion that helped to tie together the substance of the Emerging Energy Technologies Summit 2007. Order Catalog #UCTV 4386-I


The Capital Challenge

C. Thomas Hopkins & Rusty Reed address issues of types of capital, sources of capital, what venture capitalists to seek, and how to find capital. Order Catalog #UCTV 4384


Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught?

Tina Seelig, Ph.D. is the Executive Director for the Stanford Technology Ventures Program where she is responsible for strategic planning, operations, and outreach efforts of STVP.Order Catalog #UCTV 4382


Entrepreneurial Opportunities in Personalized Healthcare

Peter Miller discusses the fundamental chan ges he forsees in healthcare management, drug research and distribution.Order Catalog #UCTV 4373


Peak Oil: What Are Some of the Implications
& Energy Options for California to Consider?

Matthew Simmons, national energy and peak oil strategist, is Chairman of Simmons & Company International; international lecturer, and 'best selling' author of Twilight in the Desert.Order Catalog #UCTV 4369


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