Press and Media for IN-LA
September 17, 2015
IN-LA Trains Teams in Three Countries!
IN-LA trained teams from the National Academy of Engineering, Royal Academy of Engineering and Chinese Academy of Engineering participating in the first-ever global student business competition addressing the Grand Challenges of Engineering. USC team Stasis Labs received second place.
Stasis Labs aims to change medical technologies by providing health-monitoring solutions to patients and doctors traditionally barred by high-cost medical infrastructure or poverty in the developing world. With Stasis Labs’ fast and compact vitals monitor, a doctor can literally track a patient’s vitals from thousands of miles away in real time.
September 10, 2015
Fluency Lighting Technologies Wins $50,000!
Congratulations to Fluency Lighting Technologies for their $50,000 NSF I-Corps Team Grant! IN-LA sponsored the team after their great work in the FLoW competition at Caltech.
Fluency Lighting Technologies, Inc. is creating next generation energy efficient lighting technologies for high-power, high-brightness industrial light sources, as well as new design strategies. Through materials design, the company focus on improving energy efficiency, using environmentally safe materials, creating high color quality light resembling natural sunlight with color tuneability based on application, and lowering maintenance and replacement costs while creating a safer work environment reducing worksite accidents.
September 3, 2014
The traditional path from research to market is taking too long in today’s fast-moving society, so research universities are working with the National Science Foundation to pick up the pace.
September 2, 2014
UCLA, USC and Caltech will receive a three-year, $3.5 million joint grant from the National Science Foundation in the coming months to run programs for entrepreneurial education, the foundation announced last week.
August 27, 2014
On Tuesday, the National Science Foundation announced a three-year, $3.5 million grant to USC, California Institute of Technology and UCLA in order to foster collaboration between public and private institutions and promote technology innovation in the Southern California region.
August 26, 2014
With funding from the National Science Foundation, three of the top universities in Southern California are teaming up to supply instruction, events and research aimed at helping technology start-ups flourish in the region.
August 26, 2014
Southern California’s tech scene is getting federally funded.