The Regional Accelerator and Innovation Network (RAIN) is celebrating its first anniversary with a national award.
Three UO student-led startups—Cricket Flours, Mingo, and PDX Space Finder—have been named recipients of the Paul Anthony Troiano RAINMaker Seed Grant awards.
UO alum Virginia Klausmeier will kickoff the first RAIN@UO colloquium in a discussion about the science and business of scaling renewable fuels.
SupraSensor and NemaMetrix are among five Oregon startups sharing $300,000 in state innovation grants for small businesses.
Successful grant writing can be learned, improved upon and practiced successfully by just about anyone, argue the authors of “Foundations of Grant Writing.”
Scheduled for April 10-11, the event is seeking to dissolve boundaries and inspire collaboration between the UO and Eugene startup communities.
Two student-affiliated startups each received seed grants of $5,000 as recipients of the Paul Anthony Troiano RAINMaker Seed Grant.