Michigan Clean Energy Venture Challenge

. May 18, 2012.

Clean Tech Competition:

The U-M Center for Entrepreneurship recently announced the Fourth Annual statewide Clean Energy Venture Challenge that will provide six-month residencies to 25 student-faculty teams with clean energy solutions.
Selected teams will learn entrepreneurial skills such as customer discovery and business model canvas development. They will meet regularly with mentors and venture capitalists and have access to micro grants of up to $5,000.
A few teams will also be awarded additional prizes and potential investments totaling $100,000 or more, says Doug Neal, executive director of the U-M Center for Entrepreneurship. Applications are due September 28, 2011. For more information, please visit: https://micevc.com for more information.

Trending

Film Review: “The Favorite”

Cynical, absurd, and fiercely entertaining “The Favorite” is one of the best films of 2018. Dark, twisted, nihilistic, and hilarious, “The Favourite” follows Queen Anne, Lady Sarah Churchill, and a new arrival in court, Abigail Masham, through court intrigue so perilous that it makes “Dangerous Liaisons” seem Disneyesque. “The Favourite” takes place in England during

The Art of Paying Attention

Mother and son make high art of “the tiny majority” We live in an age of attention deficit disorder, surrounded and distracted by devices, games, apps, and ads competing for our eyeballs and mouse clicks. But if we pay attention, a pair of artists, Karen Ann Klein and her son Barrett Klein, show us the

Mad as a Hatter

A search for the original Origin stories, for superheroes, famous people and more, have always been popular in the movie and TV business, but book characters rarely get the same treatment. Local actor, director and playwright Michael Herman’s new play, “Mad as a Hatter”, produced by the Roustabout Theatre Troupe from April 4th-20th at the

DuPont’s Floodplains Flows Onward

Water can be purifying, it can clean and soothe and nourish. It can also be something so formidable as to wear its way through soil and rock. Fittingly, then, Chris DuPont has titled his forthcoming album Floodplains, evoking a subtle but potent force of nature where a river mimics the unpredictable bends of life, depositing