Amanda Calabrese ’19, Greta Meyer ’19 and Elijah Zenger ’19 are on a mission to create a more comfortable, more sustainable, leak-free tampon. Their idea, which originated in the “Technology Entrepreneurship” class last fall, quickly gained attention from professors and funders, and will, they hope, turn into a marketable product soon.
StartX provides mentorship and other resources to Stanford-affiliated startups. The Stanford-StartX Fund, created in 2013, uses University money to invest in StartX ventures alongside other groups.
Stanford has built a legacy of entrepreneurship that is deeply woven into the fabric of the community. This ecosystem of innovation transcends every aspect of day-to-day life on The Farm. Start-up ideas can be found everywhere from dorm hallways to the manicured lawns of the Business School. But where do these ideas become companies? Since…
Stanford Student Enterprises (SSE) announced Cardinal Ventures today, an incubator program which aims to educate students on developing entrepreneurial ideas and skills. The program will start this coming spring quarter.
The family of Dan Ha ’10 held a press conference earlier today to announce that the recent Stanford alum and iOS developer is believed to be dead.
StartX, the Stanford-affiliated startup incubator, announced this morning their partnership with The California Institute for Qualitative Biosciences (QB3) to open a life sciences lab customized for early stage medical and hardware device teams.
StartX, the Stanford-affiliated startup incubator, will launch a new Stanford student-specific program at the organization’s new Hanover Street facilities today.
When I came to Stanford as a young, foolish freshman, I knew next to nothing about what I wanted to do with my career or what options were available. I had heard about consulting and finance, but I did not have a clue about what entrepreneurship meant. Now that I am more than two years…