NC State students launch spatial intelligence startup that could help reduce energy costs in buildings based on smartphone data.
2018 Miller Fellows announced
Every May is marked by the announcement of thousands of graduates from NC State. These Wolfpack grads will put their “think and do” attitudes to work as they take their next steps after graduation. For some students, this means forgoing […]
NC State students launch company to modernize dumpsters
Through a startup called Trashr, these NC State students want to create a smarter dumpster that improves the efficiency of waste collection.
College of Engineering student teams place at annual LuLu eGames startup competition
Seven ventures submitted by NC State College of Engineering students came away with top place finishes from the 2017 LuLu eGames startup competition held on Thursday, April 20, 2017.
Young startup receives big honor
NC State alumni Tyler Confrey-Maloney and Steve Gray received the prestigious Voices in Solidarity award for Undercover Colors this week in New York City.
Get a sneak peek of NC State startups at the Lulu eGames
NC State student and faculty entrepreneurs will showcase their innovative products and new ventures Thursday, April 14, at the annual Lulu eGames startup competition.
Student’s love of speed leads to electric longboard, company
NC State mechanical engineering student Trey Camp wants to turn his love of going fast into a successful business.
Engineering a better necklace
Four engineering students have stopped looking for the perfect “statement” necklace, deciding to design their own – and to launch a company to make the jewelry available to everyone.
ecoPRT: Grad alum’s new vision for moving people
Graduate School alumnus Marshall Brain says he took away three things from his computer engineering graduate education at NC State: his love for teaching, his ability to write books (he’s written more than two dozen) and his gift for becoming an “accidental entrepreneur.”
New tech to Help Companies detect and respond to cloud computing performance bugs
In late 2012, Helen Gu presented a research paper on a new tool designed to prevent disruptions in cloud computing. Less than four years later, she has launched a start-up to help companies that use cloud computing improve the user experience for their customers.