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April 22 2021

Virtual Venture & IP Conference showcases disruptive technology, innovations

The Invent Penn State Venture & IP Conference, one of the largest tech startup conferences in the mid-Atlantic region, virtually hosted more than 500 attendees April 15-16. Drawing more than 80 startups and more than 50 venture capital investors from across the country, the conference highlighted innovations from high growth and emerging markets to promote collaboration, investment and startup acceleration.
April 21 2021

Harrisburg LaunchBox Idea TestLab 'final pitch' winners announced

Harrisburg LaunchBox recently announced the winners of its Idea TestLab virtual accelerator final pitch competition.
April 9 2021

Virtual Venture & IP Conference panel to review managing startup IP risk

Intellectual property will be brought to the forefront during the “IP 101 - What Every Startup Needs to Know about IP Protection” virtual panel, set for 1 p.m. on April 16, as part of the Invent Penn State Venture & IP Conference, happening April 15-16.
April 6 2021

Student Startup Showcase to feature best of Penn State student entrepreneurs

Penn State’s best and brightest student entrepreneurs are set to take the stage at the all-virtual 2021 Invent Penn State Venture & IP Conference. The conference begins April 15 with a showcase featuring eight student teams sharing how their startups are having a positive impact on the world and have grown thanks to the Invent Penn State entrepreneurial ecosystem.
March 31 2021

Penn State startup TEAMology incorporates AI into K-8 social emotional learning

Penn State startup TEAMology aims to help students get the support they need to develop socially and emotionally. Founded in 2006, the ed tech startup’s curriculum simplifies and strengthens social and emotional learning for schools, kids and parents, providing the foundational tools necessary for success in life through a curriculum and content that teachers can use in the classroom.
March 30 2021

Students from around the world participate in a virtual version of HackPSU

The COVID-19 pandemic did not stop 644 students from around the world from participating in a virtual version of HackPSU. The 48-hour hackathon was held entirely online for 45 teams of students, some as close as University Park and others as far as West Bengal, India. One of the winning teams of a sponsor challenge competed in the Nittany AI...