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A startup company launched at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Technology Incubator is taking its show on the road, bringing its text message-based concert ticketing and broadcast alert concept to one of the nation’s top music scenes – Austin, Texas.
The company, OneEighty, created by Jon Forrest and Timothy Swope, looks very different now than it did at its 2013 launch.
A father-and-son team with an unusual design idea is partnering with Studio G at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center to tighten their grip on a new golf industry niche.
Their product – Woodie Grips – is a hand-crafted, solid pine putter grip. Creators Tim and David Bowers are taking a swing at expanding their business, which got its start in David’s backyard shed, to the next level with a crowdfunding campaign on RocketHub to help them prepare for growing demand.
Arrowhead Center, in partnership with NMSU’s College of Engineering, has won a bid to the National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps Teams Program. The program funds teams of researchers, entrepreneurial mentors, and students to work on bringing to market innovative technologies developed through NSF funding.
New Mexico State University engineering students Brendan Sullivan and Ember Krech are part of a cohort of 58 students from 26 higher education institutions across the United States recently named University Innovation Fellows by the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter). The University Innovation Fellows program empowers students to become agents of change at their schools.
The winning team from a recent Startup Weekend event at New Mexico State University’s Arrowhead Center is working to make its project, an organizational mobile application, a reality – but team leader Kenneth Jacobs said the value of Startup Weekend is about much more than any one business launch.
On the Blog
Studio G client Antonio Arredondo won a $50k Leveraged Project Award for the development of his new product for his company Quikbite.Three Studio G clients make it into the Launch Program
Studio G client Taylor Burgett partnered with Dr. Amit Sanyal to win $5,000 and to commercialize Dr. Sanyal's attitude actuator technology for use in small satellites. 90% of satellite failure is caused by attitude actuator failure. Enhanced durability is a key feature of Dr. Sanyal's technology.
Paseo Del Norte Venture Competition + Expo
March 6-7, 2015
$10,000 prize for 1st Place in the Student Track
Please email Kramer Winingham firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in competing.
For more information: http://pdnvc.org/rules.html
High Desert Discovery District (HD3) and Intel announce “Millennial Innovation: HD3 Discovery Day @ Intel”
February 25-26, 2015