Hawaii Governor David Ige recently signed a bill into law banning sunscreens that include ingredients harmful to coral reef development. RiKarbon, a sustainable startup making waves at University of Delaware, is exploring eco-friendly alternatives to harmful ingredients in cosmetic and skin care products to provide a greener option for lotion consumers. RiKarbon will be presenting at the Tech Innovation Showcase on Oct. 4.
The University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship is holding the inaugural Tech Innovation Showcase on October 4 from 12:30 to 5 p.m. at the Perkins Student Center. The showcase is an opportunity to engage with UD’s top scientists and engineers who are creating solutions to the world’s biggest problems.
The University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship Signature Internship Program is a specialized internship placement program for Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation (ENTI) majors. Horn Entrepreneurship leverages relationships and professional contacts across the country to match qualified students with partner organizations in special, innovative roles.
Garry Johnson III is a graduate of the Horn Entrepreneurship Master’s in Entrepreneurship & Design program, as well as a past Hen Hatch participant and finalist. If you would like to read the full article, please visit Garry’s article on Medium.
VentureOn, University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship in-semester startup support program, helps students hatch and grow businesses.
University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship invites applications to UD’s National Science Foundation Innovation Corps Sites Program (NSF I-Corps Sites). Applications for the 13th cohort are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, September 14.
Horn Entrepreneurship defines entrepreneurship as pursuing the creation, delivery and capture of value from new ideas. Since 2012, Horn Entrepreneurship has helped students develop as entrepreneurs to better capture value from their ideas, whether that is through a business venture, a non-profit focusing on social impact or an artistic passion project on the side.
Horn Entrepreneurship is pleased to announce all of the success and honors our fantastic community of creators, scientists and doers have accomplished recently.
The inevitable start of the new semester has come, arriving on time as the summer days begin to cool. Navigating the start of the semester, whether you are a freshman on campus for the first time or a senior returning for your fourth (or fifth, or sixth) year, presents a unique set of challenges. Though it may be a chaotic adjustment period, implementing strong practices early will help you launch your fall successfully.
Apparel from recycled jeans, lubricants from renewable carbon and housing for the homeless from straw bales are among the sustainable and eco-friendly products being developed by University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship ventures. Companies like AndAgain, RiKarbon and Y Innovations speak to the commitment of the university to maintain and take care of the environment.