NeuroHack

NeuroHack

 

Bring your innovative thinking to Wroclaw!

Join a group of young investigators during a three day hackathon-style workshop. Discuss your rationales for solutions in neuroscience with scientists, clinicians, patient organizations, business, and technology experts. The goal of NeuroHack is to practice commercialisation ‘safely – without the risk of bankruptcy’.
 
Neurohack is a hackathon-like event happening on 18th-20th Nov. 2024.
 

Call for action for Young Researchers!

It’s a chance to share your ideas under NDA -non disclosure Agreement protection – thanks to colleagues at the Technology Transfer Office from your home institution.
 
Everything you have to do now, is just let us know that you are interested and send a one-page draft of your idea by 28th March to  neurohack@port.lukasiewicz.gov.pl and by the 8th April we will send you a feedback!

What’s in Neurohack for you? 

1. Show off your innovation idea in Neuroscience field (if you’ve got one, that’s it).
2. Talk directly with industrial experts who comment and give you feedback.
3. Connect with diverse groups to brainstorm and collaborate.
4. Practice pitching of your concept.
5. Win a prize: token for selected course up to 1000 euros.   
6. Chill out during our awesome social events in Wrocław. 
7. Get ongoing support from TTO if you want to keep developing your idea after the Neurohack 
 

Got questions?

Call us or shoot us an email at neurohack@port.lukasiewicz.gov.pl  tel. +48 727 556 663  
 Let’s chat about how you practice thinking about the potential value of the research results and get in on the action!
We are waiting till the 28th of March!

 
For more information:

Visit our SAME-Match-Treat platform – here and watch the video from our webinar where we explained the selecion process and answered questions:
  

We help change the future of neuropsychiatry

With a relentless pursuit of knowledge, we unravel the complexities of the mind, unraveling the mysteries that hinder mental well-being. Join us as we pave the way for breakthroughs in neuroscience and offer hope for a brighter future