Columbia Great Grads 2016 Kevin Tyan, Jason Kang and Katherine Jin
Friends since freshman year, Kevin Tyan, Jason Kang and Katherine Jin entered the 2014 Columbia Design Challenge on Ebola and created an additive that improves decontamination and ensures healthcare worker safety.

Coconut chips, vegan cookies, and other tasty delights were featured at a campus food fair sponsored by Harlem Park to Park, a network of local business owners in Central Harlem, in connection with the Columbia University-Harlem Small Business Development Center.

As Columbia Entrepreneurship gears up for its third annual #StartupColumbia Festival on April 28, these videos introduce some of the newest companies created by recent graduates.

SensorKit takes activity detection to a more granular level, allowing your app or device to detect a wide variety of cardio, calisthenics, and weight training exercises on the fly.

Cold Brew Office Delivery

For more information, go to: wanderingbearcoffee.com

Revolutionizing “human-on-a-chip” technology by providing predictive cardiac physiology.

For more information, go to: tarabiosystems.com.

EpiBone is a revolutionary bone reconstruction company that allows patients to “grow their own bone”. Our pioneering technology utilizes a scan of the patient’s bone defect and the patient’s own stem cells to construct and cultivate a defect-specific autologous-like bone graft.

Tissue specific biomaterials, the next generation of 3D cell culture

For more information go to: matritek.com/home.html


BlocPower's technology and finance platform develops clean energy projects in American inner cities.

For more information, go to: blocpower.org/