Purdue Polytechnic graduates Ivan Ball and Scott Massey received the Small Business Innovation Research grant from the National Science Foundation to advance their GroPod in-home greenhouse technology.
While sidelined by an automobile accident for a few months, Danielle Render, a Purdue graduate who double-majored in organizational leadership and multidisciplinary engineering, transformed her “side hustle,” a clothing design hobby, into a growing full-time business.
Today’s victory gardens are getting a high-tech makeover with a home appliance created by two Purdue Polytechnic graduates.
Go Electric Inc., an energy technology startup company located in Purdue Polytechnic Anderson's new facility, has signed a new contract to provide the Tooele Army Depot in Utah with a battery storage system. Lisa Laughner, chief executive officer, says she has found success finding skilled workers in Madison County.
The company's workspace in the Purdue Polytechnic Anderson facility is double the size of its previous location.
Spotter, a startup founded by two students in the Department of Computer and Information Technology, took top honors and $5,000 during "Demo Day" at the second annual Boiler Mini-Accelerator Competition.