Entrepreneurship & Innovation

The E&I Program adds value to new ideas and research discoveries by creating entrepreneurial success across Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences community.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation

The E&I Program adds value to new ideas and research discoveries by creating entrepreneurial success across Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences community.

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Dr. Gary Thompson, left, Associate Dean of Research, GreenBriq students Paul Hughes, Nicole Dato, Annaliese Long and Vatsal Agarwal, with E&I Director Drs. Dan Azzara, rear, and Mark Gagnon, Harbaugh Entrepreneurship Scholar, right. (Cameron Callanan)
GreenBriq wins top $7,500 prize in Ag Springboard pitch contest
GreenBriq is turning invasive plants into sustainable fuel for Kenyan households. Inakua, the second-place winner of $2,500, plans to rent water-efficient hydroponic growing towers to Kenyan families to reliably grow their own vegetables.

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Yinong Yang, professor of plant pathology, is the 2019 recipient of the Research Innovators Award. IMAGE: PENN STATE
Yang's genome editing technology leads to Research Innovators Award
April 17, 2019
Yinong Yang, professor of plant pathology, is the 2019 recipient of the Research Innovators Award, given by Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences to recognize faculty and staff who have commercialized intellectual property generated by their Penn State research.
Dr. Gary Thompson, left, Associate Dean of Research, GreenBriq students Paul Hughes, Nicole Dato, Annaliese Long and Vatsal Agarwal, with E&I Director Drs. Dan Azzara, rear, and Mark Gagnon, Harbaugh Entrepreneurship Scholar, right. (Cameron Callanan)
GreenBriq wins top $7,500 prize in Ag Springboard pitch contest
April 8, 2019
GreenBriq is turning invasive plants into sustainable fuel for Kenyan households. Inakua, the second-place winner of $2,500, plans to rent water-efficient hydroponic growing towers to Kenyan families to reliably grow their own vegetables.
Ag Springboard Final Four Teams Compete Wednesday! Graphic design by student Cameron Callanan, a senior in the Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications.
Final Four Ag Springboard Teams Pitch Judges Wednesday
April 2, 2019
Four finalist teams in the Ag Springboard student pitch competition are pitching ventures to help solve food waste, cut fossil fuel emissions, combat invasive plant species and provide low-cost, water-wise food production. One will win the $7,500 grand prize to Make It Happen.