Jeanne Barthold, co-founder of TissueForm, wins $6,000 and first place at the NVC 11 R&D Track Finals. Last but not certainly not least, we're excited to announce TissueForm as our fifth NVC 11 Championships finalist! Competing against five teams in the NVC 11 Research & Development (R&D) Track Finals competition...
Bright Wearables brings both style and communication together in order to eliminate the need for business cards. Their micro-chip embedded fashion accessories allows contact information to be passed to smartphones with just a tap of the phone.
New Venture Challenge Track Finals are in full swing, and we're excited to announce KartWheel as the second NVC 11 Championships finalist! KartWheel is a specialized transportation company established to transport students with disabilities and injuries from their homes to specific buildings on campus.
Nimb.ly took home the first place prize and $3,500 at the NVC 11 IT Track Finals after pitching their business idea to a panel of judges and 100 more in attendance. The team is creating a revolutionary software platform that helps catering companies keep their events efficiently staffed.
On March 12, 2019, Australian startup community leaders visited CU Boulder to experience the university's vast innovation ecosystem and learn about the campus-wide Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative.
The domestic economic impact of commercialization activities at CU Boulder over the last five years amounted to a staggering $1.9 billion, according to the recently-released Economic Impact on Tech Transfer report.
The Research & Innovation Office (RIO) has announced that the CU Boulder campus will host its second annual Research & Innovation Week Oct. 14-18, 2019. The event is a weeklong celebration and showcase of research, scholarship and creative work across campus.