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A peer-reviewed publication with a mix of thoughts and experiences from our Founding Partner Dr. Tobias Reichmuth and our Scientific Advisor Prof. Dr. Collin Y. Ewald.

Certain rules do apply when building a start-up company. The core principles of these rules are fundamental across industries, including academia. The following 10 rules guide academic researchers and business-trained entrepreneurs who want to take a leap of faith to adopt the recent advances in sciences for commercialization. These rules provide an entry point and raise challenges to be thought about for a starting entrepreneur. We believe that these rules apply to any innovation-based start-up and help prioritize the most impactful tasks. Understanding these rules will help the founding team, investors, and other stakeholders to launch a successful start-up.

Ten simple rules for building a successful science start-up