Invention Science Fund (ISF), the incubator arm of Intellectual Ventures, and San Diego's Legler Benbough Foundation will contribute $1 million in combined sponsorship funds to the Institute for the Global Entrepreneur (IGE) a the University of California San Diego to help accelerate new startup companies.
In photo: Dennis Abremski, (Executive Director of IGE), Conrad Burke (VP of New Ventures at ISF) and Albert P. Pisano (dean of the Jacobs School of Engineering.
The competition awards cash prizes totaling $11,000 to support new and innovative ideas that relate to the environment (comes from, inspired by, or directly impacts nature.) Environmentally related social innovation ideas and those with or without a prototype are encouraged to apply.
Applications Due: October 14 at 5:00 PM
UC San Diego Engineering Rises to #11 in the Nation in US News and World Report Best Graduate Schools Rankings
March 15, 2019
The Jacobs School of Engineering at the University of California San Diego has jumped to #11 in t...