It All Starts Here

UC Berkeley Engineering's Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology

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Developing entrepreneurs
and innovators

SCET emphasizes hands-on learning and offers a suite of courses and programs for students, professionals, and academics.

Global innovation collider

Our innovation collider programs such as the Global Partners at UC BerkeleyGlobal Venture Lab, Berkeley Method of Entrepreneurship Bootcamp and  Startup Semester create rich interactions between students and professors from around the world to create innovative projects, startups, and research.

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Driving future technologies

SCET’s X at Berkeley initiative allows students and professionals to discover the "Future of X."  Applied research topics in our labs focus on emerging new economy areas such as data analytics, autonomous cars, blockchain, cybersecurity, plant-based meats and many more. Results from our labs create knowledge and inform the Sutardja Center's undergraduate, graduate, professional, and executive courses and programs.

Programs

News

Tech top dogs discuss workplace diversity at ELPP panel

June 12, 2018

Samantha Walravens, author of the acclaimed book Geek Girl Rising: Inside the Sisterhood Shaking Up Tech, hosted a panel of … Read More

Two UC Berkeley students present their meal replacement powder, MIX, to judges at the Sutardja Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology's Collider Cup

After Hurricane Maria, Cal students work to ease hunger in Puerto Rico

May 25, 2018

After Hurricane Maria, aid organizations have made a point of distributing rations in Puerto Rico called MREs, which stands for … Read More

Iron Man vs Terminator: Jobs in the AI Century

May 17, 2018

The AI Century The natural selection of economics has relentlessly pushed businesses and societies toward maximum efficiency.  It’s the principal … Read More

“Geek Girl Rising” Author Moderates Panel on Diversity at Engineering Leadership Program – Join us for the Livestream

May 16, 2018

Increasing representation is not a “women’s issue” or a “person of color’s issue.” It is a human issue and a business … Read More