2003-2004

Nanotechnology Lecture Series

February 19, 2004
Electronic Nanodevices Based on Self-Assembled Metalloproteins
Pier Paolo Pompa
February 17, 2004
ATP Synthase – The Biological World’s Smallest Rotary Motor: Is It Useful?
Robert H. Fillingame
February 16, 2004
Design Principles for Self-Assembling Nanostructures from Macromolecules
F. Raymond Salemme
November 24, 2003
Functional Nanostructures by Self-Organization
Jean-Marie Lehn

Wertheim Thought Leader Lecture Series in Entrepreneurship

May 7, 2004
Commercializing University Generated Technology:
The case of the University of Florida

Erik Sander
March 5, 2004
Corporate and Family Governance in Family-Owned Companies:
The Case of Latin American Business Families

Jon I. Martinez
February 24, 2004
Just Sunglasses
Sanford I. Ziff
February 16, 2004
Building a technology firm: Lessons from two successful your entrepreneurs
Ash R. Huzenlaub and Ben Sardiñas
January 30, 2004
Marketing, Entrepreneurship and Opportunity Recognition: New Directions
Gerald E. Hills
November 7, 2003
Entrepreneurship and National Economic Growth: Recent Findings from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Project
Paul D. Reynolds
October 21, 2003
Maximizing The Potential Of University Spin-Outs: The Development of Second Order Commercialization Activities
Richard T. Harrison
October 8, 2003
Understanding The Biotechnology Business Using Relationship Marketing Lenses
Malin Brannback