Friday, December 15, 2017

Fourth-year NE student explored entrepreneurship through Velocity Residence

Beatrice Sacripanti

Fourth-year Nanotechnology Engineering student Beatrice Sacripanti spent her fall 2017 term living in Velocity Residence, where she took advantage of many opportunities to brainstorm, learn, and network with other entrepreneurially minded students and founders in the Velocity ecosystem. Throughout the many events she has attended, she was able to learn from a great network of mentors and entrepreneurs.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Avro Life Science Wins National Runners Up for the James Dyson Award

More than 25 million children across North America suffer from some form of season allergies. And yet one in four children suffer from an inability to swallow pills in order to be medicated. Avro Life Science believes it can help, by offering medicated stickers to deliver seasonal allergy medication to children. Avro now has a show of support from the Dyson Foundation, winning National Runners Up for the James Dyson Award.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

VivaSpire competing in Velocity Fund $25K finals

Join us in cheering on VivaSpire, the team of NE students who will be back at the Velocity Fund Finals on Thursday, July 20th, pitching their startup plans.

VivaSpire includes Chris Hajduk and John Grousopoulos. They are developing an innovative portable oxygen delivery system for patients in need of oxygen therapy.

Thursday, June 8, 2017

NE student Jatin Patil takes full advantage of co-op opportunities

Jatin Patil, a third-year University of Waterloo Nanotechnology Engineering student, has enjoyed some exciting co-op positions in research laboratories of prestigious schools.

In a story published by University of Waterloo’s Co-operative Education & Career Action team, Jatin describes how he prepared for the challenges of his co-op postings and the rewards he has experienced as a result.

Check it out and learn how co-op can enhance your studies, and vice versa.

Thursday, June 8, 2017

NE teams impress at the annual Norman Esch Entrepreneurship Awards for Capstone Design

Vivaspire team with a cheque

Nanotechnology Engineering’s Capstone Design teams demonstrated strong research, business and persuasive skills at this year’s Norman Esch Entrepreneurship Awards for Capstone Design. From among 44 entries, 4 NE teams made the list of 15 finalists for the pitch competition and 2 of them won $10,000 prizes for their projects.

Thursday, June 8, 2017

NE startup Vivaspire wins $50,000 Venture Creation Fund prize

John Grousopoulos, Mostafa Saquib, and Chris Hajduk

Congratulations to Vivaspire founders John Grousopoulos, Mostafa Saquib and Chris Hajduk, as well as their fellow NE Capstone Design project team member Pablo Enrique, for their award-winning concept: a lightweight oxygen therapy delivery device that uses nanotechnology to capture, store and deliver oxygen.

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

NE Grads’ NERv Technologies wins Enactus Canada Entrepreneur Award

Congratulation to Amr Abdelgawad, NE graduate and NERv Technologies Inc. co-founder, for winning the 2017 Enactus Canada Student Entrepreneur National Competition. With the win, Amr receives $10,000 and the title of 2017 Student Entrepreneur National Champion. 

Monday, June 5, 2017

HeatFlex wins the GM Canada People’s Choice Award at NE Capstone Design Symposium

Students at the 2017 Nanotechnology Engineering Design Symposium

Congratulations to the HeatFlex team, who won the GM Canada People’s Choice Award at the 2017 Nanotechnology Engineering Capstone Design Symposium.

HeatFlex’s Supavannan Jeyabalachandran, Amanda Victorious, Anahita Malvea, Tuba Opel and Mayuran Saravanapavanantham won the award for integrating conductive materials into a polymer matrix to create flexible, heat-generating fabric that can be used to create clothing.

While conventional apparel relies on insulation to keep its wearer warm on a cold day, HeatFlex aims to create clothing that can warm the wearer.

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Enpact Technologies is Most Entrepreneurial at Design Symposium

Students with poster at the 2017 Capstone Design Symposium

Enpact Technologies team from left to right:  Tony Wu, Keegan Jebb, Sushant Bhasin and Pritpal Kanhaiya

Enpact Technologies won the Most Entrepreneurial Project award sponsored by Structur3d Printing at the 2017 NE Design Symposium.

Structur3d Printing, co-founded by NE alumni Andrew Finkle (BASc ’10), has sponsored the award for the past three years.  Andrew says “We love learning about all of the amazing nano tech the program showcases every year!”

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

NE Design Symposium’s Best Poster and Prototype Award winners

Teams of fourth-year NE students presented the results of their Capstone Design projects at the program’s Design Symposium on March 24, 2017. Capstone Design challenges students to work in teams, applying the skills and knowledge they learned through their undergraduate degree, to conceptualize and design a solution to a real-world problem.

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