Entrepreneurship Garage Tutorial: 3D Printed No-Touch Door Handle
NC State's Entrepreneurship Garage holds a wealth of rapid prototyping equipment. Learn how to get started using the Ultimaker S3, an industrial-grade 3D printer, in this entry-level tutorial.
Sani Wins Grand Prize at Draper Competition for Collegiate Women Entrepreneurs
Rising NC State sophomore and co-founder of Sani, Ritika Shamdasani, tied as a Grand Prize winner at this year’s Draper competition, taking home $25,000.
Engineering undergraduates take first place in 2021 ACC InVenture Prize competition
A team of NC State engineering undergraduates who are developing a hand-held UV spectrometer won first place in the ACC InVenture Prize Competition.
Q&A with Entrepreneurship Ambassador Ming Gao
Ph.D. student in Materials Science and Engineering, Ming Gao, shares her experience with the TEC program and involvement with entrepreneurship at NC State.
2021 eGames Winners Announced
On Tuesday, April 13, the NC State entrepreneurship community gathered virtually to watch the 2021 eGames Award Ceremony emceed by NC State alumni and Fox Sports reporter, Amanda Busick.
Industry Expansion Solutions Leads Local Businesses to Success
NC State’s Industry Expansion Solutions helps North Carolina businesses face challenges head-on, offering deep, engineering-based expertise that sparks success.
Celebrating Success In Technology, Entrepreneurship and Commercialization Program
The Alumni Association Distinguished Graduate Professorship Award recognizes Steve H. Barr and his team for making the TEC program a resounding success.
Andrews Launch Accelerator Start-Up WAAM Finds New Home in The St. James
Andrews Launch Accelerator graduate Karly Pavlinac was approached by executives at The St. James, a sports and wellness destination, to acquire her app, We Are A Movement (WAAM).
Video: Unlocking Innovation in the Research Triangle
A video created for the Council for Entrepreneurial Development showcases ways NC State works to drive innovation in the region.
The Chloe Project
English graduate student Lydia Elrod is hoping to disrupt the school-to-prison pipeline with her tutoring program.