Published: JULY 21, 2015
Make Me a Millionaire Inventor: Just What The Doctor Ordered.
The mentors take on inventors who want a mint off the medical field.
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Recently, students from Invention Factory, The Cooper Union’s Invention Accelerator, brought their inventions to a wider audience in a variety of ways. Student teams appeared on television shows and in publications, applied to invention competitions, and won admission to the University Innovation Fellows program (associated with Stanford's "d.school").
Published: December 7, 2016
Published: AUGUST 18, 2015
When not being used for cuisine, pigs’ feet are valuable to medical students to practice suturing. Patel, a 2014 graduate of WW-P North and a junior chemical engineering student at Cooper Union in New York City, is not a medical student, but she is the co-inventor of QuickStitch, a disposable stapler-like suturing device that could legitimately revolutionize emergency, veterinary and third-world wound-treating situations.
This summer, Cooper Union held its third annual Invention Factory, a competition in which teams of students create and patent their own inventions. After six weeks of preparation, execution and evaluation, the judges announced Jericho’s Giovanni Sanchez, a rising sophomore at Cooper Union, as the first
On May 1, the founders interviewed with Y Combinator regarding their Summer 2017 batch. Y Combinator is the world's most powerful and prestigious incubators and is based in Silicon Valley, California.