Edinburgh entrepreneur duo create the world’s first reusable bottle made completely from plants!


Using one of these plant-based bottles saves 1460 plastic bottles from going to landfills

Entrepreneurship Club students help transfer Princeton biotech research to business ventures

Princeton University

Students in the Princeton Entrepreneurship Club have formed a team called Alimtas BioVentures, which performs due diligence and develops pitches for technology developed through Princeton faculty research. It’s the type of project that MBA students normally undertake as part of their curriculum. But these Princeton undergraduates did it, outside of class, while taking their full academic course load.

What’s as Important as Great Researching? Funding!

Crain’s Cleveland Business

Local universities have come up with new ways to provide investment capital to researchers hoping to commercialize their technology. Sometimes, it’s even students making the investment decisions.

How Students Can Make Connections At Startups While Still In School

Networking and maintaining genuine relationships is the key to a successful career.

Visa concerns deter foreign-born Ph.D.s from working in startups, study finds

Cornell Chronicle

Foreign-born Ph.D. graduates with science and engineering degrees from American universities apply to and receive offers for technology startup jobs at the same rate as U.S. citizens, but are only half as likely to actually work at fledgling companies, a Cornell study has found.

Leadership Character and Communication

Are employers becoming more open to graphical resumes? The boring, standard resume format hasn’t changed much despite some attempts at infographics and video. A Wall Street Journal article indicates that acceptance may be increasing for resumes that look more like a social profile

An Exciting Time to be a Student Entrepreneur


Iconic companies like Google and Facebook were born in colleges, campus entrepreneurship in India too can and should get as big as it is in the USA.

Supporting the next generation of entrepreneurs


John Daly reports on the successful drive by CIT to support ambitious students across a range of disciplines developing a business on campus.

Nexford University launches $200k startup funding for its graduates

The Washington DC-based university unveils Entrepreneurship Scholarship and $200,000 funding opportunity for scholarship graduates.


Today Nexford University has announced its Entrepreneurship Scholarship and $200,000 startup funding, with a mission to empower next-generation leaders across the world.

Luckin Coffee’s Losses Look Dangerously Unsustainable

The Chinese coffee giant should start acting like a public company instead of a hot start-up.