The Demystifying Entrepreneurship workshop series produced by the Deming Center for Entrepreneurship at the Leeds School of Business has received global acclaim in the 2020 Innovations That Inspire challenge by AACSB International, the world’s largest business education alliance.
"As a retired entrepreneur and now coach for the Business Minor Capstone class, I’ve had the pleasure of seeing how CU students can step up to the challenges of building a business from scratch," said Scott King, Leeds School of Business instructor.
The company was cofounded in 2001 by professor Alan "Al" Weimer of chemical and biological engineering and professor Steven George of chemistry and biochemistry, along with CU alumni Mike Masterson and Karen Buechler.
Randolph, a professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, founded VitriVax, a CU Boulder spinout, to commercialize new applications of atomic layer deposition techniques for producing thermally stable vaccines.
“We’re excited to have the support of our investors to allow us to continue our mission of helping bring new therapies to patients with epigenetically-driven diseases,” said Joey Azofeifa, Ph.D., Co-founder and CEO of Arpeggio.
A University of Colorado Boulder class designed state-of-the-art seats for the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks, and the design is gaining traction among other teams tired of cramming tall players into metal folding chairs.
Inscripta, a digital genome engineering company spun out of CU Boulder research, has just raised another $125 million in a Series D financing on the heels of launching its revolutionary product, The Onyx™.