UConn Today – A pair of Ph.D. students at the University of Connecticut are developing a new technology to improve the efficiency of cancer treatment. They hope their innovation could someday significantly reduce mortality rates in cancer patients.
The excitement surrounding the kickoff of the School of Business’ 8th annual Innovation Quest (iQ) competition was even bigger than last year, when a record-setting number of students participated. Continue Reading
If the State of Connecticut is invested in creating and supporting the next generation of women entrepreneurs, it needs to revise the way we raise, educate, nurture, promote and encourage them, starting in pre-K. Continue Reading
Financial Content – Torigen Pharmaceuticals, a company developing personalized cancer immunotherapies for the veterinary market, announced today the completion of a $3.1 million Series A financing round led by Connecticut Innovations, which included the conversion of outstanding convertible debt and interest.
Innovation Hartford – Innovation Destination Hartford Website Curator Nan Price spoke with Jon Moore about OPIM Innovate, an initiative started by the OPIM department.
Four prominent entrepreneurs came to campus this semester to talk about their companies, their visions, and ways in which students can embrace industry disruption.Continue Reading
Junior Daniel Ruskin has an idea for creating an in-home, hand-held voting machine that electors would receive when they register to vote.Continue Reading