Season Greetings!! We would like to announce that we’ve completed the Fall 2021 cohort of the Accelerate UConn Entrepreneurship program! This program was a lot more challenging than the Summer cohort because it added components of market and competitor analysis into the mix ( and yes we still had to do customer discovery in parallel!). […]
Dear Everyone, We wanted to reach out to you to share some updates from our recent participation in the I-Corps program this past summer. We’ve received great feedback from both our execution of taught material and the results of the deliverables. The interviewees feedback gave us some evidence that: Universities, Independent Suppliers, Government, and non-profits […]
On May 10, 2017, I had the distinct pleasure of attending the most prestigious congregation of Science and Technology startups in the State of Connecticut. The event was held at the Illustrious Yale School of Management. Being at this annual event for the first time has been hard for me to describe. It has actually taken about a […]
Good morning, This is an official statement from our Directive board. Please read carefully! Recently there has been some confusion in regards to our company. It seems a company with the same name has gotten themselves in quite a lot of trouble internationally due to the ethical constraints of their business operations. You can read […]
This is a class experiment to show the ease of obtaining a colony of Bacteria for purification.
Do you ever wonder how much plastic there really is in the Ocean? Well we traveled to the Southwest of the Dominican Republic, to show you the dire conditions in a local fishing community.
So as we continue on our journey to fund our research, I wanted to share with you an Interview we did a few years ago with Dr. Ruben Torres Executive Director of Reef Check DR. As people become more aware of the Blue Economy and its potential for sustainable ventures they are curious to see if these […]
It’s a tough cookie trying to predict if a team will ever make it to funding their research before they have to part ways. So it is best to show appreciation to the team you have now.
So we hear a lot about International Organizations who are working on the development of coastal communities; however, we keep seeing redundancy in their models for sustainability with no avail. What does this mean? Well, they keep trying to teach an old fisherman how to fish in a sustainable matter, yet once the program is […]