Over the past three years, Washington University faculty patent filings through the Office of Technology Management (OTM) increased by more than 60 percent and 20 startups have been formed to license Washington University intellectual property. In 2017, 92 faculty inventors received an issued patent…
Sharing With a Purpose (SWAP) is a student-owned and operated WashU business run through the Skandalaris Center’s StEP Program.
The Office of Technology Management is shining a light on WashU inventors who helping transfer technology – and knowledge – out of the the lab and into the world.
April 11, 2018, Skandalaris hosted its inaugural Skandy Awards, a celebration of all things creative, innovative, and entrepreneurial from the academic year.
Washington University partnered with Cortex to fund a $44 million project to build more biotech and IT lab spaces as part of their mission to promote innovation in St. Louis
Entrepreneurial happenings in and around Washington University and St. Louis week of April 8, 2018. CET STL – Square One Ignite applications now open CET is now accepting applications for the SQ1 Ignite program, which introduces new/early stage entrepreneurs to the ecosystem…
II “Two” Luscri has been appointed managing director of the Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship and assistant vice provost for innovation and entrepreneurship at Washington University in St. Louis.
Entrepreneurial happenings in and around Washington University and St. Louis week of Feb. 25, 2018.
Ramani and Silva will foster entrepreneurship among other Washington University faculty.