Crowdfunding: What Startups Need to Know
Crowdfunding advice for startups that looks at the implications of the new SEC rules: Title II and Regulation Crowdfunding.
The Challenge of Hardware Startups
Inventors and entrepreneurs working on hardware solutions aimed at those living in poverty need early and sustained philanthropic support in order to bring their ideas to fruition.
Lessons from 20 Years of Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship
Birthdays are a good time to celebrate accomplishments and reflect on what you’ve learned.
21 teams, over $200k in grants. Spring E-Team grant awardees announced!
The spring 2016 cohort of E-Teams are meeting in Cambridge this April for intensive workshops to help them bring their innovations to market.
Here’s Why We’re Optimistic About the Future of the World’s Water
One might feel overwhelmed in the face of these issues. We don’t.
5 Trends That Will Shape Entrepreneurship Education in 2016
What comes next for entrepreneurship education? From our point of view, many challenges remain in the midst of this huge expansion. Here are five trends we’ll be tracking in 2016.
The VentureWell List: 2015
VentureWell is excited to be celebrating 20 years of supporting socially and environmentally sustainable innovation that improves life for people and the planet.
E-Team NeoVent offers advice to other student entrepreneurs
The NeoVent team shares advice for other student entrepreneurs.
Xcelerator Workshop Insights: Unexpected Pathways to Breakthrough Solutions
Encouraged by the business strategy experts leading the workshop, the team began to think beyond the options they had previously considered.
Doing is the Art of Learning: Lessons from an Xcelerator Workshop
For Dr. Amy Webb-Girard, Xcelerator transformed her vision of the knowledge her students in public heath and nutrition need in order to have a greater impact beyond the university.
Inspired by Xcelerator: Strategic Tools for Institutional Transformation
The resources and planning tools used in Xcelerator extend beyond application to specific projects, with the potential to transform how organizations function to bolster sustainable global change.
University sanitation research enters business world with Xcelerator
There is an ongoing sanitation crisis in the developing world. Inadequate sewage disposal and overflowing latrines are a serious public health concern across the globe.
I-Corps Team Transforms Chemical Industry With Microbial Engineering
Petroleum-based products are dirty to produce, difficult to recycle and until very recently, relatively expensive. Could friendly bacteria be genetically modified to secrete useful substitutes to replace them?
E-Team Saving Lives by Safeguarding the Efficacy of Pharmacopeia
The top ten causes of death in developing countries take an estimated 5.25 million lives each year. Many of these deaths caused by illness or disease are preventable.
AppScale Systems scales up with I-Corps™
“I-Corps gave us the building blocks that were necessary to launch this company”, Dr. Krintz said, “Without the course, we would have taken a lot longer. We also would have made many more mistakes.”
Are We Diluting BME Capstone Design?
Has the pendulum swung too far from rigorous design education to entrepreneurial education?
E-Team Baisikeli Ugunduzi reinvents the wheel
Sturdy bicycle inner tubes for poor consumers who rely on bikes for their livelihood