WashU innovators and entrepreneurs are doing what they can to help and serve those directly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In Poets & Quants, Nathan Allen wrote about how Washington University in St. Louis built an entrepreneurial powerhouse, on campus and in the region.
Two members of the Washington University in St. Louis community have been named National Academy of Inventors fellows.
The program gives students real world experience to supplement entrepreneurial skills learned in the classroom.
WashU is ranked 6th among undergraduate schools.
Washington Magazine recently published a story on Cortex, St. Louis’s growing technology district.
The 3-day event is hosted by the Skandalaris Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship.
Forbes gives WashU and St. Louis a nice shout out in a recent article on why college towns are the Next Big Thing for startups.
Washington University in St. Louis and Saint Louis University have jointly launched the COLLAB, an innovation center in the Cortex Innovation District.