NC State University Technology Incubator

Hire Scene rolls out fast, flexible digital job portal

On-demand employment app seeks 700 to 1,000 users immediately NCSU Affiliate Hire Scene rolls out fast, flexible digital job portal To match jobseekers to current openings in hospitality industry   RALEIGH—Hire Scene is offering a free, online app designed to instantly link college students and other jobseekers to immediately available, flexible employment opportunities in the Read More

Entrepalooza 2017!

Entrepalooza, an Event for Thinkers and Doers Join us at Entrepalooza – NC State’s fall festival celebrating entrepreneurs and innovators. The event brings together NC State students, alumni and the off-campus community and includes interactive displays, a mobile makerspace, delicious North Carolina treats, fun games and a 60-second pitch competition. We hope to see you Read More

Top Hubs for Tech Entrepreneurship

One of the fastest growing places in the country, Greater Raleigh is growing by 64 people per day. Currently at just over a million residents, our population is projected to double by 2040. Out of the 43 people who are moving here, 75 percent have a bachelor’s degree or higher, making our region’s talent pool Read More

2017 Lulu eGames winners includes Lumeova

Winners Announced The winners of the 2017 Lulu eGames have been announced. Over 350 people attended the Lulu eGames LIVE event on Thursday, April 20 to see who would walk away a winner, with $100,000 in prize money available for NC State entrepreneurs! These teams emerged as winners from over 190 entries and were chosen by Read More

Collaborations Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and others awarded NIH grant

NIH R01 Award to Develop Next Generation Non-nucleoside RT HIV Inhibitors Collaborations Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Research Center of Biotechnology RAS, Institute of Biochemistry, Moscow, Russia and the University of Maryland Announce NIH R01 Award to Develop a New generation of non-nucleoside RT HIV inhibitors avoiding HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders 29th March 2017: Fuquay Varina – The National Read More

Engineering Graduate Student Wins Lemelson-MIT Student Prize

Alexander Richter, a graduate student in North Carolina State University’s Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, has won a $15,000 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize for work to improve agricultural pest control that could strengthen the global food supply. The Lemelson-MIT National Collegiate Student Prize Competition is a nationwide search for the most inventive team of undergraduate Read More