Modern neuroscience studies require business awareness

By Martin, Tijana on April 18, 2016. Herald photo by Tijana Martin Candace Burke, left, Rachel Dombowsky and Anna Kovalchuk react after finding out their group won the $1,000 grand prize for the Agility Neuroscience Pitch Competition at the University of Lethbridge on Friday. Follow @TMartinHerald on Twitter. Tijana Martin Lethbridge Herald tmartin@lethbridgeherald.com The University of Lethbridge and the Agility Program hosted its version of Dragon’s Den on Friday, except all the business models had to do with neuroscience. Six teams and individuals participated in this year’s competition. Each group was given seven minutes to make their pitch before answering questions from the judge. The judge asked students to justify their business plans and would ask questions like: how they’re going to make money; how they’re going to pay back…


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