The California Technology Council (CTC) is an industry development organization serving innovators from all sectors in the state of California. Every day, CTC delivers value through a set of member benefits essential to running a technology company. CTC looks for opportunities to support business development and access to markets for members through its initiatives, events and content. CTC supports an aspirational Innovation Agenda for California. Become a member today.
NEW: CALCISO LAUNCHES WOMEN IN CYBER PROGRAM
There is a shortage of women in cybersecurity professions. The shortage has meaning for women of all ages interested in careers in information technology. Join CalCISO for this first look at our new Women in Cyber Program on Monday, January 29th in Santa Monica.
To learn more and register, please CLICK HERE.
WHAT WE'RE READING: THE IDEA FACTORY
The history of technology, particularly in the last century, is heavily populated with iconic American tales.
Here, Jon Gertner tells the unmistakable story of Bell Labs, one of the most inspired and innovative centers for research and development in any period in American history.
California Tool Works: Life Sciences update
BioCalifornia and the California Business Incubation Alliance are pleased to announce a follow-up report to last year's California Tool Works incubator and accelerator study.
Learn more about CTW: Life, exclusively available through the BioCalifornia LinkedIn Group HERE.
FEATURED PODCAST: Spotlight on riverside
Member CEO Paul Zorner has been involved in startups for many years. He takes a few minutes with CTC to put the Startup Spotlight on Riverside as we discuss computational biology startup Sensorygen, a company founded by UC Riverside Professor Anand Ray. LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR PODCASTS HERE. Find our PODCAST ARCHIVE HERE.
CALIFORNIA TOOL WORKS
The California Business Incubation Alliance (CBIA) recently released the landmark study, California Tool Works: Incubation and Acceleration in the Cauldron of Innovation.
Learn more and get a copy of the report HERE.
CTC research, partner publications, and research on trends important to the innovation climate in California.
CTC Fellow Glyn Davis, Vice Chancellor at the University of Melbourne, talks about the important work of translating and commercializing more from California's great labs and universities.
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