The following resource is a deck of cards that breaks down Design Thinking into 5 components and provides definitions, examples, and methods to best inspire design.
A guide to support early-stage global health innovators in bringing products to scale.
Intended for innovators looking to introduce and scale their products, scientists from the Monash University in Melbourne, Australia present a case study on country prioritization.
The following webpage highlights the different entrepreneurship and mentoring resources that Northwestern University offers its faculty and students when launching a company.
This systematic review by Cocco et al. (2020) examines considerations for developing Target Product Profiles (TPP) for medical tests and identifies a framework for future users.
The following document is an example of a University Patent and Invention Policy provided by Northwestern University.
This guide identifies common challenges, pitfalls, and best practices for securing fundraising as a global health social enterprise.
The following webpage describes the workspaces for wet-lab work, co-working and prototyping at Northwestern University.
The following resource is an example of the different workshops, lectures, and information sessions Northwesten Innovation and New Ventures department uses to engage with their students and local entrepreneurs.
BME-IDEA is a global meeting for faculty and staff to share knowledge, experiences, and resources in biomedical engineering (BME) innovation education.