BioGenerator, in collaboration with Cortex, has partnered with Washington University and Saint Louis University to provide access to 14 core R&D facilities to support commercialization efforts of BioGenerator supported companies, including investment recipients and BioGenerator Lab users.
Bear Studios, Washington University’s first student-run accelerator, has partnered with Y’s Thoughts, another campus club, Fullcircle, TREX, and Techartista to host their first annual Venture Competition. The event is open to everyone and will take place 5-7 pm Friday in Hillman Hall 70.
Entrepreneur partnered with The Princeton Review to present the annual ranking of the top 25 undergraduate entrepreneurship degree programs offered in the U.S. Washington University in St. Louis is ranked #10.
Current and former faculty, staff, and students speak about how WashU helped them bring their innovations and ideas to the marketplace.
Epharmix, a healthcare software that uses SMS and phone-based technology to allow the sickest, toughest patients to stay in touch with their care teams automatically, will receive $50,000 in equity-free funding as the 2016 winner of the Global Impact Award.
Thirty-five students from across the university have teamed up to tackle the challenge of making science developed at WashU understandable and accessible.
Startup Connection returns to Knight-Bauer Halls at Washington University in St. Louis on Nov. 16. The event features pitch competitions, a venture showcase, resource fair and plenty of…
William Greenleaf Eliot Seed Fund will help Washington University-affiliated ventures
27-year-old DuGoff, creator of DDUGOFF, was named to Forbes’ Top 30 Under 30 in the art and style category.