Fletcher Richman with Halp co-founders Tristan Rubadeau and Komran Rashidov on a balcony in Boulder with the Flatirons in the background.

Enabling the ways we work

July 7, 2020

CU Engineering alumnus Fletcher Richman's startup success grew from a passion for productivity tools.

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Beer Buffs: CU Engineering alumni become brewers

April 28, 2020

In Colorado’s craft beer industry, precision is required and innovation is mandatory. CU Engineers bring both in spades. Meet a few of our local alumni brewers and learn how they’re engineering a better brew.

FieldLine Capstone Design

Students help to see the brain in a new way

April 10, 2020

FieldLine Inc., a company that grew out of research being conducted in the Paul M. Rady Department of Mechanical Engineering, is building sensors to image the brain using magnetic fields. For the second consecutive year, capstone design students will help to advance their innovative concepts.

Medical staff at Boulder Community Health pick up meals.

Boulder community rallies to support restaurants, medical staff

April 7, 2020

CU Engineering’s Kyle Judah, executive director of entrepreneurship, is among a small group of community members who saw an opportunity: to support local restaurants while providing fuel for the fight against COVID-19 to frontline healthcare workers.

Artimus Robotics

A new approach to robotics

Feb. 27, 2020

Co-founder and CEO of Artimus Robotics, Timothy Morrissey graduated from CU Boulder in 2019 with a PhD in mechanical engineering. After years of research and dedication, Timothy and his team launched Artimus Robotics in 2018 alongside Assistant Professor Christoph Keplinger.

Gary Marshall demonstrates technology at engineering expo

Student venture EmergenTek helps with firefighting inefficiency

Feb. 25, 2020

Gary Marshall, a master's student in mechanical enginereing and engineering management, is on a mission to give back to those who protect us—firefighters. He founded EmergenTek in 2018 as a mechanical engineering undergrad.

Students work at Catalyze CU in summer 2019

Catalyze CU seeks new crop of student ventures

Feb. 25, 2020

No matter which corner of campus you hail from, or what your field of study, Catalyze is your opportunity to get the support, mentoring, funding and resources needed to go from idea to impact over the summer.

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New class for engineers as entrepreneurs

Jan. 7, 2020

New class “Entrepreneurial Leadership for Engineers” (EMEN 4830-Special Topics) is a first-of-its kind open to undergrads and grad students across the university who are interested in learning from some of the greatest entrepreneurs in Colorado and beyond about how great companies, products, and teams are built.

Segil and Pao

On CUE Podcast: Jacob Segil and Lucy Pao - innovators in the college

Nov. 18, 2019

On this edition of On CUE, we're looking at two research projects at the college that could be transformational at both the individual and global levels. Jacob Segil breaks down his inventive prosthetics capable of "feeling" and Lucy Pao gives us an inside look at how she and her team aim to drastically reduce the cost of wind energy.

Kathy Vega of ShineOn talks to attendees

Catalyze CU Demo Day 2019 showcases startups

Aug. 27, 2019

Twelve weeks ago, six student teams joined the Catalyze CU startup accelerator with innovative concepts and a hunch that their ideas might be marketable. This week, they were proven correct, as all emerged from the program with viable prototypes, waiting customers and vastly improved knowledge of how to successfully launch a startup from scratch.

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