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October 2, 2020

Swartz Center Announces 2020 Fall NSF I-Corps Site Teams

The Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship is pleased to announce the Fall 2020 cohort of its NSF I-Corps Site program, an 8-week customer discovery training program that assists CMU entrepreneurs in exploring the commercial potential of their STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) research and ideas. The current cohort is comprised of twelve startup teams and includes CMU faculty, staff, alumni and students at the undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. levels.

The twelve teams are: Barrista, Chement, Delphus, Dr. Chain, Neezah, Oxide Enterprises, PinPoint, Third Hand, Torby, Toyz Electronics, LLC, Voiage and Xenour.

Find out more (pdf) about the teams. 
IN THE NEWS
NoRILLA Receives $2.3M NSF Grant From CMU

Pittsburgh-based education technology startup NoRILLA, founded by Nesra Yannier, received a $2.3M National Science Foundation grant through Carnegie Mellon University. NoRILLA, which operates out of CMU’s Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship, created a platform that uses a combination of physical and digital learning to teach children STEM topics. Read more
Will Kaigler announces revolutionary sovaSage TherapistAssist™ Software. Learn more.

CONNECTS/START SMART LAW Seminars

See the full Fall 2020 schedule here.
Can't make a CONNECTS seminar? Watch it on our YouTube channel. 

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A Message From the CMU Swartz Center

The CMU Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship acknowledges the horrific and tragic killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and the many other Black and African-American men and women who have lost their lives due to systemic racism that unfortunately exists in our society.

We are in support and reaffirm Carnegie Mellon University’s commitment to working to dismantle systemic racism and continue to welcome and treat equally all students, alumni, staff, faculty and visitors who either work out of our space, visit or partner with us. We will do our part to ensure a better tomorrow for all.
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