Amit Savkar, assistant professor-in-residence of math, tapes a lecture using Lightboard technology on Sept. 18, 2015. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

UConn Startup Stemify Improves Math Education With AI

A startup with UConn roots is using AI to help college students across the country succeed in STEM.

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Mentorship Program Connects UConn Startups with Industry, Business, Investment Experts

A unique mentorship program pairs UConn researchers with industry experts to transform ideas into successful startups.

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UConn Grows in Stamford with New Data Science Incubator

UConn's Technology Incubation Program (TIP) is expanding to Stamford with a new location focused on data science startups.

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Invention Runs Deep at UConn

On this National Inventors Day, learn more of UConn's history of innovation.

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UConn Student Building ‘No Bad Days’ Lifestyle Brand

'My goal is to make the conversation more open,' says Jack Tarca '22 (BUS)

Wolff Family Philanthropy Champions UConn Entrepreneurs with ‘Unstoppable Ambition’

Building a lasting legacy through the work of UConn entrepreneurs.

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UConn Startup Unlocking the Promise of Hemp

UConn startup 3BC is using cutting-edge research to produce high-quality hemp products.

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First-Year UConn Student is on a Mission to Save the Bees

UConn student Raina Jain is on a mission to save the honeybees - and she's already making progress.

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Meet the Researcher: David Noble, Werth Institute

UConn's David Noble helps students find their way on the path to startup success.

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The Executive Is In – at The Werth Institute

After achieving success in corporate America, Sarah Sandford Broderick is back on her Husky home turf as the Werth Institute's first Executive-in-Residence.