The challenge’s facilitators anticipate investing more than a quarter million dollars in this cycle’s winners.
During the past fiscal year, the Washington University in St. Louis Office of Technology Management (OTM) reported a number of record figures as a result of the innovative technologies developed by university faculty. In fiscal year 2017, which concluded June 30, OTM…
Five WashU teams win LEAP Inventor Challenge funding and mentorship for their early stage research to help propel innovations to market.
Entrepreneurship happenings in and around WashU and St. Louis the week of 5/07/2017.
Nancy Tye-Murray has developed clEAR (customized learning: Exercises for Aural Rehabilitation) – a software that helps patients improve speech recognition.
Students from each of the seven colleges at Washington University in St. Louis participated and $10,000 in cash was awarded.
After opening its doors last summer, TechShop St. Louis continues its partnership with Washington University in 2017, offering discounted memberships to all University faculty, students and staff.
Washington University-developed technology earned $16 million over 2016 – indicating a devotion to bringing research to real world problems.
After 14 years as the “Bear Cub Challenge,” Washington University in St. Louis’ competition for inventors has received a new name: the LEAP Inventor Challenge, for Leadership in Entrepreneurial Acceleration Program.