After two pitch nights, 24 teams will move on step closer to the $18,000 grand prize.
Since fall 2019, the grant program has partially funded more than 40 student projects.
More than 700 teams have competed and over $171k has been awarded in cash prizes.
On March 4th and 9th, the public is invited to hear 41 BU-led start-ups present short pitches during the first round of the competition.
The Hewitt Pathfinder Start-up Internship Fund will provide three (3) $8,000 stipends to support U.S.-based summer internships offered to BU undergraduates.
Sarah Hillesheim (ENG’21) proposes installing high-contrast, tactile talking buttons at bus and above-ground T stops to better support blind and visually impaired persons.
Applications are now open for the 21st Annual New Venture Competition.
The selected artists) will work with Innovate@BU to create and carry out an engaging design for a twenty-foot long wall in the BUild Lab.
As we all continue to adapt to the many changes and challenges of this year, our staff and community share holiday traditions that they are continuing, altering, or adopting this year!
The 4th annual competition welcomed over 100 virtual attendees to find out which BU start-up won the $10k prize.