New course spans beer biz from hops to hiring

April 22, 2019

Students in Agribusiness 494 learned about price elasticity and regression analysis this semester. And they also heard about hop farms and spontaneous fermentation. “The Business of Beer” is a new

An Arizonan just made Fortune’s list of top 50 influential world leaders

April 20, 2019

Arizona State University is fond of pointing out its place atop U.S. News and World Report‘s list of most innovative schools in the nation. Now it has another magazine list to crow

High-intensity exercise a stress buster for entrepreneurs, ASU study finds

April 16, 2019

Launching a business takes laser focus and gritty perseverance as entrepreneurs devote massive amounts of time to their ventures. It’s a lot of stress. New research by an Arizona State

Phoenix Startup Investor Series

April 8, 2019

One of the most common requests the J. Orin Edson E+I team receives from community founders is this request,  “I just need you to introduce me to investors.”  We have

All the ways recycling is broken—and how to fix them

April 5, 2019

You may have read that there’s a recycling crisis in the U.S. After years of accepting our used plastic and cardboard,China now won’t take it, which often means there is

1 Million Cups comes to the West Valley

March 26, 2019

In early 2018, the city of Peoria signed a partnership with ASU Entrepreneurship + Innovation to help build a robust entrepreneurial ecosystem in the West Valley called Peoria Forward. When

LaBaer start-up selected for Flinn Foundation Entrepreneurship Program

March 20, 2019

Ordinatrix, a startup company launched by Biodesign Institute Executive Director Joshua LaBaer, is one of six bioscience firms from Phoenix and Tucson selected to participate in the Flinn Foundation’s 2019 Bioscience Entrepreneurship Program. Ordinatrix,

Health students take on innovation and entrepreneurship

March 12, 2019

A new initiative from Arizona State University empowers students pursuing health-related degrees to think entrepreneurially. Health focused startups are nothing new to ASU students and faculty, butmany of the entrepreneurial

ASU students win $4,000 for innovative IKEA recycling truck concept

March 7, 2019

A team of four Arizona State University students won $4,000 for their concept of an innovative IKEA recycling truck they designed as part of The Design School’s Interdisciplinary Cluster Competition,

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