Junior Daniel Ruskin, one of the winners of the first “Get Seeded” competition, organized by the Connecticut Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. (Nathan Oldham / UConn School of Business)
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
Daniel Yasoshima ’18, a recent UConn graduate with a master of science in biomedical engineering, explains how the YouComm patient communication system would work. Yasoshima developed the innovation, soon to be tested at local hospitals, with Tom Cotton ’18 and engineering Professor Patrick Kumavor. (Nathan Oldham/UConn School of Business)
It is a great thing to be an entrepreneur; it is even better to be an entrepreneur who can make a difference in the world.
UConn students in front of Yeda Research and Development Co. Ltd, the technology transfer company of the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel. (Steven Jenkins/UConn photo)
What better place to learn about business, entrepreneurship, and innovation than from one of the world’s leading countries for business creation?
The Daily Campus– University of Connecticut students can develop their entrepreneurship skills within the medical device and biopharmaceutical field through the Biomedical Entrepreneurship course.
The Daily Campus– University of Connecticut students can now apply to complete a seven-week long course which presents serious topics, such as science and business, in an entrepreneurial context with Accelerate UConn, a project whose mission is to support students who are commercializing new technologies and discoveries.