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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Phospholutions won $75,000 at the Invent Penn State Venture and IP Conference Tech Tournament on April 20, 2018. Image: Penn State
Ag Sciences Startups Win Big at Invent Penn State Event
Phospholutions won $80,000 in investment prizes and ConidioTec won $10,000 at this spring's Invent Penn State Venture & Intellectual Property Conference. Both startup companies are commercializing discoveries and technology developed at the College of Agricultural Sciences.

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Entrepreneurs from two startups in the ag sciences will tell their stories next month at a series of interactive, TED-talk-style City Lights events to showcase Invent Penn State. Image:Penn State Alumni Association
City Lights: Experience the ingenious power of partnership
May 16, 2018
Leaders of ConidioTec and Phospholutions, two ag sciences startups, will tell their stories next month at a series of interactive, TED-talk-style City Lights events to showcase Invent Penn State. The annual series will visit Harrisburg; Washington, D.C.; Philadelphia and Pittsburgh from June 18-21.
Phospholutions won $75,000 at the Invent Penn State Venture and IP Conference Tech Tournament on April 20, 2018. Image: Penn State
Ag Sciences Startups Win Big at Invent Penn State Event
May 11, 2018
Phospholutions won $80,000 in investment prizes and ConidioTec won $10,000 at this spring's Invent Penn State Venture & Intellectual Property Conference. Both startup companies are commercializing discoveries and technology developed at the College of Agricultural Sciences.
Nikki Azzara launched P.S. Snacks as a recent college graduate
P.S. Snacks Founder Tells Her Startup Story
March 29, 2018
P.S. Snacks Founder and CEO Nikki Azzara told the story of creating her company that makes good-for-you snacks from unconventional ingredients, starting with a line of bean-based cookie doughs. She spoke Thursday, March 29, to about 80 students as part of Penn State Startup Week.