E+I @ Fulton Schools in the News
Creative solutions for food waste, water conservation and physical therapy impress judges at 3rd annual ASU pitch competition.
Venture Devils startup, bioSyntagma, Awarded “Best Oncology-Focused Precision Medicine Company 2018″
This award follows several commercial milestones with strategic partners and Big Pharma using bioSyntagma’s beta-instruments to offer biomarker discovery services.
The workshop’s two sessions highlighted social entrepreneurship and how young people can change the world and make it better, and innovation and ideation and how entrepreneurs can find new ideas that make a difference.
Alexa, Amazon’s cloud-based voice service known for its vast trove of information and punchy responses, could reply with the name of Brent Sebold, the director of Entrepreneurship + Innovation at ASU’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.
What if you could calm your nerves for a better night sleep all without taking any medication? That’s the big idea one Arizona State University Ph.D. student is working on. Nick Hool is a bioengineering student and an avid golfer.
Drowning is the second leading cause of death in children under 15 years old, and that’s why one Valley man decided to create a smart lock for pool gates.
In May 2017, Tyler launched a Kickstarter for his business, Fellman Watch Co. The company strives to “create an affordable wrist watch that will survive generations of adventures.”
Demo Days awards investment cash, services to promising projects by students, faculty, alumni and community members.
Could hydropanels creating water out of air be a solution to shortages? For the past year, Phoenix homeowner has been getting all of his drinking water from an unlikely source: panels on his roof.