Innovation / Entrepreneurship
Includes articles related to innovation and entrepreneurship at ASU.
Five ASU teams traveled to First Look LA to present to 150 investors in hopes of securing future funding.
Last Wednesday's inaugural AZ Furnace Demo Day served as the public debut for 10 startup companies to pitch their business plans, expected revenue and investment needs.
A pilot program that takes the phenomenon of crowdfunding and tailors it to the unique needs of the ASU community is up and running with four student-led projects.
Honors student Greg Rudolph happened upon a business idea and is now juggling the roles of college student and entrepreneur as his business lights up.
ASU's Furnace Technology Transfer Accelerator was recently named one of Inc. magazine's "3 College-Town Incubators to Watch."
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Sethuraman "Panch" Panchanathan introduces his new column in The Arizona Republic where he will write on use-inspired research, the economic impact of research and entrepreneurial efforts at ASU.
Four newly-minted ASU graduates have created a new type of wheelchair that could add ease and convenience to the lives of people with disabilities.
Higher ed blog NerdScholar named ASU as one of its nine favorite schools with entrepreneurship degree programs.
Standard measurements are crucial to developing products that perform well and meet consumers' needs, says ASU's Nathan Newman.
Twenty student-led startups will receive a total of $200,000 in funding.