E+I @ Fulton Schools in the News
ASU graduate creates "The Spartan", physical therapy tool to address spinal cord injuries, read more about it via Fox 10 News here.
Gifts from J. Orin Edson and his wife have increased opportunities for student entrepreneurship, health education and dementia research, learn more with this ASU Now article.
What happens when you combine the opportunities created through “internet of things” technologies with Arizona State University’s entrepreneurial ecosystem?
EPICS teams are making waves via entrepreneurship. Learn how via this ASUNews article.
A recent report highlights the importance that employers give to the entrepreneurial mindset of university graduates and points out that, at least in the United States, this characteristic is increasingly scarce when hiring.
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.