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NEXT CTO Corey Hoven
Next Energy Technologies Awarded $2.5 Million From the US Department of Energy to Commercialize Low-Cost Transparent Solar Cells
Professor John Greathouse recently reached out to Evan Strenk, the company’s Co-Founder and CEO of Milo Sensors, a Santa Barbara based company that is developing an electronic wristband that monitors blood alcohol level through perspiration.
Thursday, July 6, 2017
NVC Alumni to BranchOut
Founders Lindsay Martien, Nicole Poletto, and Rick Thomas will soon officially launch their company, BranchOut, in Santa Barbara. BranchOut provides fun and exciting environmental activities for children in the nature setting, similar to that of the popular ‘escape room’ experience.
Norah Eddy shares insights into the beginnings of Salty Girl Seafood, a sustainable seafood company she co-founded in 2014, with an aim to drive positive change in the seafood industry.
Monday, June 5, 2017
Business: The Greatest Game
The proud mom in the front row was telling me all about her son. Nick Martitsch was about to compete in a prestigious collegiate event. This wasn’t football, baseball or basketball.
A startup company with software to eliminate ticket fraud, scalpers and inflated ticket prices. A mobile app that delivers more than 175 convenience store items to its customers’ doors in less than 30 minutes.
Winners Announced for the 2017 New Venture Competition FinalsCongratulations to the winners of UCSB's New  business competition!
Finalist Teams Announced for 2017 New Venture Competition
Six teams will advance to the finals, a major highlight of UCSB’s New Venture Competition
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Major Success for NVC Alumni Inogen
Goleta-based Inogen, an oxygen concentrator company, reported a $5.9 million profit for the first quarter of 2017, up from $2.5 million in the first quarter of 2016, according to an earnings report from May 9th.
James Rogers spent years studying flexible solar cells, excelling at UC Santa Barbara’s esteemed Technology Management Program, and conducting research at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. For his Ph.D research, he won the prestigious 2012 Frank J. Padden Jr. Award for polymer physics.
James Rogers is the founder of APEEL Sciences, a Santa Barbara-based company that provides a proprietary solution created from natural plant extracts to treat fruits and vegetables, increasing the shelf life of produce and reducing the energy costs of cold storage.
Saturday, April 1, 2017
Media Release: New Venture Fair 2017
UC Santa Barbara’s New Venture Fair
Community Invited to Join the University in Celebration and Support of New Venture CreationsWHO:   The Technology Management Program at UC Santa Barbara proudly hosts the New Venture Fair