Do you have an idea to solve the greatest grand challenges of civilization? As a Drexel student, you have access to the sum total of human knowledge and the latest tech breakthroughs through Drexel Libraries. Your challenge is to identify an emerging technology, and build a viable company to deploy to the masses.
To participate, please prepare a 5 slide MAX PowerPoint pitching your proposed company. Including citations of relevant scientific or technical literature (e.g. this means journal articles, conference articles, ebooks, standards, patents) to justify your idea on technical grounds. You may compete in 2-3 person teams or as individuals.
On February 2 @ 3 PM, potential investors will hear 5 min pitches of your company, it technology and its impact for a fun, idea-filled afternoon. As science and technology professionals, your investors expect you to quote literature to demonstrate technical proficiency with references to technical literature. The winners 1st, 2nd, 3rd place will receive Amazon gift cards!
The challenge is open until February 2 @ 3 PM.
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