Olin Award winner, Arun Gopalakrishnan provides research for real world solutions with customer behavior modeling.
Nancy Tye-Murray has developed clEAR (customized learning: Exercises for Aural Rehabilitation) – a software that helps patients improve speech recognition.
WashU engineering alum Andrew Martahus opened Haus Malts one year ago, supplying small batch specialty malt to craft and home brewers.
Millions of square feet of office space in the St. Louis region are dedicated to the tech industry.
Arch Grants is an effort to attract and support innovative and scalable new businesses to St. Louis by giving equity-free grants of $50,000 to STL startups.
Washington University-developed technology earned $16 million over 2016 – indicating a devotion to bringing research to real world problems.
EQSTL recently launched STLTechMap, a crowd-sourced, online map containing roughly 250 pins, including tech startups, incubators, and accelerators.
With minorities making up only 13% of mainstream newsrooms, Blavity is an online space offering media with a black perspective to a black audience.
For WashU alum and co-founder Brian Leventhal, the passion behind Brooklyn Winery has evolved almost as much as the business itself.