Winners of the 2011 University of Alabama entrepreneurship awards will be honored at a Feb. 24 ceremony and reception in the North Zone at Bryant-Denny Stadium.
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Nominations are now being accepted in five categories of entrepreneurship, with the winners being announced during the week of Feb. 21-25 as part of The University of Alabama campus-wide week of entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurial forces at The University of Alabama are busy planning 2011’s campus-wide week of entrepreneurship.
Gail Margolies Reid, author of a new book, “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Low-Cost Startups,” was one of the featured speakers Monday at the entrepreneurship camp which drew high school students from Tuscaloosa, Fayette, Pickens, Clay, Sumter, Perry, Wilcox, Hale, Lowndes, Marengo and Greene counties.
Growers and consumers of apples stand to be among the beneficiaries of a University of Alabama start-up company’s $25,000 winnings in a state-wide business competition.
Two teams affiliated with The University of Alabama are among nine finalists in a state-wide competition designed to help launch start-up companies.
Birth control for moths – that’s one way of describing the focus of a start-up company, based at The University of Alabama, hoping to take a bite out of the approximate $100 billion hole that insects inflict each year via crop losses worldwide.
Emission & Power Solutions, Plc (Frankfurt Exchange Ticker Symbol: EPI), a clean tech company that licenses, acquires, develops, deploys, and transfers technologies dedicated to improving fuel economy while also reducing environmentally harmful exhaust emissions, announced today that it has licensed the patent pending Vapor Emissions System developed by Dr. Marcus Ashford at The University of Alabama.
The University of Alabama has scheduled activities for the observance of Global Entrepreneurship Week, Feb. 22-28, celebrating the heritage of entrepreneurship in America and underscoring opportunities for new entrepreneurs.
A dentist is teaming with two University of Alabama entities in attempts to provide an easy, alternative way to quickly remove a child from a safety seat in an emergency situation.