Nishant Jain and Thibault Corens, graduates of Purdue Polytechnic’s School of Engineering Technology, are developing Presso, a vending machine-like device for dry cleaning garments.
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Scott Massey, a 2017 graduate of Purdue Polytechnic’s mechanical engineering technology program and CEO of Heliponix LLC, traveled to a small country in Africa to help residents create sustainable agriculture methods.
Dakota Welker, a member of the first graduating class of Purdue Polytechnic Anderson’s new building, has big things ahead of him, according to Corey Sharp, director of Purdue Polytechnic Anderson.
During a recent cold snap in Indiana, Scott Massey was at an area hardware store buying a significant supply of seeds. The incredulous cashier questioned his purchase since most home gardeners won’t start buying their garden seeds for a few more months.
Two Purdue Polytechnic Institute seniors are part of team whose company, Hydro Grow LLC, won the Schurz Innovation Challenge December 8.
Brightlamp LLC, a Purdue student-based startup, is working to become the first company to offer a downloadable app for public use that can detect concussions in real time. Jonathan Holt, an electrical engineering technology major, is co-founder and chief legal officer for the company. He will graduate in May 2017.
Entrepreneurs, innovators, educators and more participated in the inaugural Purdue Polytechnic Institute’s Innovation Summit last spring to gather information and ideas for building an ideal innovation environment in the Purdue Polytechnic.
Purdue Polytechnic New Albany is educating the entrepreneurs of the future by teaching students how to take an idea, create a cutting-edge product and market it to the world.
A lifelong love of board games is leading to a business opportunity for Purdue University senior Sean Sullivan.