The NYU Prototyping Fund: a collaboration between NYU Greenhouse @MakerSpace and NYU Entrepreneurial Institute

Paula Seligson, a graduate Business Journalism student at NYU, came to report on our 9th Prototyping Fund Showcase which took place early December at NYU Tandon MakerSpace.

Job Opportunity at LifeSci NYC!

LifeSci NYC is looking for talented and dedicated students interested in pursuing careers in the life sciences sector. Host companies and organizations range from early-stage startups to large pharmaceutical and biotech firms, including BioHealthWays, Celmatix, Chimeron Bio, Deerfield, Envisagenics, Fesarius Therapeutics, Kinnos, Lucerna, Mirimus, NewYorkBIO, Pfizer, Roche, and the New York Stem Cell Foundation. Read more here.

Fall 2017 Prototyping Awardees Showcase Their Work

    “For NYU Tandon’s Makerspace, the buzzing of energy and excitement is nothing new. True to its name, engineers and entrepreneurs regularly use the prototyping equipment available to them at the space to, well, make things. This time, however, the Makerspace buzzed for a different reason.   Posture Sensing is developing this data collection device to insert into headphones. A few months ago the Entrepreneurial Institute and the Greenhouse @ Tandon MakerSpace announced 15 awardees for the Fall…

GreenHouse: Fall 2017 in Review

It’s been a little quiet from the GreenHouse team this semester, but fear not! We have been busy cooking up ideas! We’ve had an action-packed semester with over 20 workshops and events (!!!) ranging from hacking Amazon Alexa to talks about the importance of mushrooms. I’m here to share a little about the highlights from the semester. It all started on October 5. Simon and Ashley partnered with Major League Hacking to help students learn about Alexa…

Funding opportunities for your projects: check out the deadlines

Here are several funding opportunities that can help you grow your ideas: Dec 17: InnoVention Competition Where NYU student entrepreneurs prototype products, build a team, and pitch commercially viable ideas to solve meaningful problems. The competition awards $500 prototyping grants for each stage as well as prize money of $50,000 to the top 3 teams. Apply here Dec 22: MIT Food + Agriculture Innovation A business-plan competition for early-stage food or agribusiness ideas developed by undergraduate and graduate students – win…

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