After two years of being in the works, Cal Poly’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) has opened a manufacturing lab in their downtown HotHouse, called the HotHouse Annex, for entrepreneurs to use.
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App to Assist Customers with Disabilities Wins 24-Hour Hackathon
The idea for Mobell, an application meant to service customers with disabilities, won the Poly Hacks 24-hour hackathon on Friday, Jan. 18. The event took place at the Cal Poly Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, also known as the HotHouse. The minds behind the winning pitch are graphic communication senior Katy Barnard, graphic communication juniors Linnea […]
Biomedical engineering student wins Innovation Quest with maternal health device
Biomedical engineering graduate student won the 2018 Innovation Quest with the hopes to save lives through early detection of postpartum hemorrhaging.
CIE receives $500,000 grant from Department of Commerce
The grant money will be allocated to building a new innovation lab and expanding the existing accelerator program.
Student promotes self-love with ‘Fuck With Myself’ fashion line
Business administration senior Kaija Clinton can’t wait until graduation to start her career. Her summer plans include launching her own outerwear fashion line called “Fuck With Myself.” The line’s recycled jean jackets promote diversity and individuality with screen printed original phrases across the back. Through on-campus resources like the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship’s (CIE) […]
30-Minute update: Students prepare for walkout during presidential inauguration, winter basketball review
Mustang News anchors Brian Robbins and Michael Frank have this week’s top stories.
Game of entrepreneurship: Gaming tips website wins CIE Elevator Pitch
When industrial engineering senior Chad Kihm pulls out his phone to play the mobile application Game of War, it’s not all fun and games.
Cowgirl boot designer wins Elevator Pitch Competition
Could you come up with an idea innovative enough to pitch in front of more than 100 people in 90 seconds? What if there was a cash prize?