There were 142 invention disclosures across all Washington University schools in fiscal year 2014.
Entrepreneurial programs land in Princeton Review’s top 25
Alums Abby Cohen and Andrew Brimer attended the first-ever White House Demo Day to showcase their product, Wing.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported on a new St. Louis company, Johnna Marie, that custom tailors women’s clothing for the workplace, including custom-tailored suits.
Blake Marggraff founded Epharmix, a technology that sends text messages to let doctors check in on their patients outside of office visits.
Washington University in St. Louis seniors Etan Weinstein and Jack Feldman cleaned 132,000 pounds of laundry for Wash U Wash, a Student Entrepreneurial Program business.
The Healthcare Innovation & Investment Conference on September 18, 2015 at Washington University will focus on finding visionary solutions to big problems through medical device innovation, pharmaceutical technology and public policy.
The Princeton Review ranked WashU 16th in the country among the 2015 Top Entrepreneurial Programs for Undergraduates.
St. Louis Public Radio spoke with WashU alumni Andrew Brimer and Abby Cohen about their experience as Arch Grant recipients for their startup Sparo Labs.