Entrepreneurship

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.

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

For more information, go to: tarabiosystems.com.

Cold Brew Office Delivery

For more information, go to: wanderingbearcoffee.com

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/

 

Mobile customizable suites with vast applications. Our product is designed for pop-up hospitality for any venue with a premium design that exceeds expectations and delivers a unique experience.

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.

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