E+I @ Fulton Schools in the News
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.
Combining expertise in AI and social sciences, CYR3CON is building stronger defenses against the dark web.
Four students who successfully launched startups gave advice during a panel discussion Wednesday night sponsored by Entrepreneurship + Innovation Ambassadors, a student group.
An Arizona State University team won $100,000 at the ASU Innovation Open on Friday to fund their business, which makes a device that relieves anxiety.
Fullbay CEO Jacob Findlay (middle) holds his winning Venture Madness checks between Venture Madness chairman Nate Mortensen (left) and Randy Gustafson, vice president of innovation at Arizona Commerce Authority (right).
Sebastian Husein, a scholar in the Quantum Energy and Sustainable Solar Technologies National Science Foundation-Department of Energy Engineering Research Center, won the NSF’s Perfect Pitch competition at their biennial meeting.
Changing the world with a product is not a one-man job — which is why the InnovationSpace program at Arizona State University combines the expertise of students in five different disciplines: industrial design, visual communication design, business, engineering and sustainability.