Venture Devils Spotlight: Graphlock, Inc.

January 20, 2017

Venture Name: GraphLock, Inc. Founders: ASU Alumni, Mallory Dryer and Josh Dryer What is Graphlock? GraphLock is a scientific and graphing calculator app with a patent pending Lockdown Mode –

Venture Devils startup, bioSyntagma, wins NSF grant

January 9, 2017

ASU Venture Devils team, bioSyntagma LLC, was awarded a $213,904 National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Innovation (SBIR) grant to conduct research and development. bioSyntagma is a faculty-based Venture Devil

Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers Award

January 5, 2017

ASU Entrepreneurship + Innovation is continuing to receive prestigious global recognition for their efforts in entrepreneurship. Late last year, ASU received the Global Consortium for Entrepreneurship (GCEC) Award for Outstanding Contribution to Venture Creation.

Venture Devils Demo Day Finalists

November 14, 2016

The finalists for the Fall 2016 Venture Devils Demo Day have been announced! Last week, over 40 ASU affiliated ventures competed to present at Demo Day where the top 10 ventures

Venture Devil Spotlight: Cervelio

October 25, 2016

What does your venture do? Cervelio is developing software that gathers and synthesizes contextual data from sensors and content data from app user interactions, which bridges the human-machine gap faced

Hero Week #3: Virtual Reality, CAD and New Ideas

October 18, 2016

The first three weeks at Draper set a grueling pace in pushing boundaries while providing challenge and this week proved to be no different. In the past seven days students

ASU Idea Leaders: Mitzi Montoya

August 24, 2015

(Arizona State University is redefining higher education in the United States. Focused on excellence, access and impact, ASU has taken the lead on developing entrepreneurial learners – students, faculty and

5 things we are psyched about for ASU student entrepreneurs!

August 21, 2015

1. High school entrepreneurs step it up a notch (or two or four)! Adulting is hard. Entrepreneur-ing is harder. So, when about 40 first-year students, right out of high school,

What’s new with ASU’s entrepreneurial ecosystem?

August 20, 2015

Arizona State University thinks that the future belongs to any individual or organization who cares to make it their own. Being an entrepreneur doesn’t just mean launching programs, companies or non-profits.