February 6, 2018
Interview with Deanna Deyhim (’18) – Founder of Spect
E@D recently sat down with Spect founder Deanna Deyhim to better understand SpectTM technology and the motivation behind her vision.
October 25, 2017
Summers in Startups: Differentiating Growth Opportunities for Undergraduates
Are you curious about how to build professional experience as an underclassman? Learn how sophomore Eric Hu developed his business acumen and worked on impactful projects while interning at two startups in NYC during the Summer of 2017.
February 24, 2017
Dimitri: Giving You the Power to Create
The concept of 3D printing is rapidly growing in the manufacturing industry, but there is still significant room for growth in the consumer market (learn more about industry trends here). To leverage this opportunity, Valerie Mack (Master of Professional Studies, ’17), Khalil Hajji (Master of Engineering, 2017), Mutahir Kazmi (Master of Engineering, ‘17), and Leo Jingyang Liu (Master of Architecture, ‘18) founded Dimitri: a startup that aims to bring autonomy and consumer centricity to the world using 3D printing.
February 15, 2017
Juliana Bain (’20) Investigates Entrepreneurial Journeys through Film
Entrepreneurs flock towards opportunities for to make their dreams a reality. What does it take to make the cut? Juliana Bain (’20) is currently investigating this critical aspect of an entrepreneur’s journey through her documentary Startup Challengers. She sat down with E@D to discuss her project.
February 9, 2017
Natural Cuts: A Revolutionary Solution to Vegetable Shelf-Life Extension
Why can’t a fresh cut vegetable last longer? Can we offer an alternative to frozen vegetables that provides comparable shelf-life yet still retains the fresh qualities of vegetables in the natural produce aisle? These questions led to the research for a solution and after months of hard work, Vipul Saran (Masters in Food Science, ‘17) and his Advisor, Dr. Syed Rizvi, discovered a new innovative process to achieve this with fresh cut peeled potato French fries. This novel processing methodology extends the shelf-life of fresh cut potato for at least 60 days, without refrigeration, something never achieved before in the space. They believe for this to potentially work on other vegetables and fruits too and are constantly working to prove it.
November 28, 2016
Aditya Agashe (’17) Redesigns Startup Technology
In an era where technology is deemed one of the most important channels in which businesses reach and connect to their customers, building the right website and mobile applications is key. Aditya (Adi) Agashe, a senior in the College of Engineering majoring in computer science with a business minor, helps Cornell-affiliated entrepreneurs, startups, and alumni build their technology platforms through Belle Apps: a software consulting company that creates websites and mobile applications tailored for each client’s business needs.
November 17, 2016
Reuben St. Marc Aims to Unify the Cornell Community with his Versatile DJ Sound
Reuben St. Marc transforms his musical hobby into an profitable entrepreneurial venture. Read more to learn about how St. Marc created his own success through initiative, determination and perseverance.
October 27, 2016
Introducing the New 2016-2017 eLab Teams
After a competitive round of interviews that took place from September 27-29, Cornell’s eLab program has announced the teams it will be moving into the program. With the start of Bootcamp 1 on October 15, the momentum has only been growing.
October 26, 2016
SnappyScreen CTO Alex Woloshin (’14) Provides Insights
Alex Woloshin weighs in on his experience working for a startup company immediately following his graduation from Cornell in 2014. He provides students interested in entrepreneurship with advice and words of encouragement to pursue their passions.