“We want to make this area and the state a better place,” said Cary Chandler, senior director of the Auburn Research and Technology Foundation (ARTF), located in The Park. “We see ourselves as a portal through which companies and individuals will view the state.”
Auburn Engineering students Mit Patel and Daniel Mazur may have the next big business idea, leveraging the power of big data and machine learning for independent convenience stores.
Smartphone app for convenience store owners wins 2021 Rice Business Plan Competition SwiftSku from Auburn University takes top prize in largest competition ever.
Two Auburn University research projects have been awarded a share of $100,000 from the LAUNCH Fund for Research and Innovation, a university program designed to bridge the gap between innovative research and the marketplace.
NanoXort’s mission is to provide safer diagnostic tools for patient populations that currently receive suboptimum care.