Missouri S&T wins grant to help women, minority scientists become entrepreneurs

Missouri University of Science and Technology, in partnership with the University of Louisville and Indiana University, will be helping women and minority faculty, staff and student innovators improve their success in securing money to commercialize their inventions.

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $225,000 grant for a pilot program, called AWARE: ACCESS: Building Innovation Capacity through Diversity. The University of Louisville is the lead institution for the grant. [Read more…]

Businesses and entrepreneurs – we want your feedback

Business owners and entrepreneurs are encouraged to complete a business needs survey from the Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC) at Missouri University of Science and Technology.

“If something is keeping a business owner or entrepreneur awake at night, we want to know about it,” says Keith Strassner, director of Missouri S&T’s technology transfer and economic development and the SBTDC service location that it operates. “This survey is a tool to help us better understand what businesses and entrepreneurs in our region need to start, grow or improve their business. What we learn from this will help shape the programs and support we offer.” [Read more…]