UTEP, Texas Tech grants aim at propelling faculty research to market

By Lindsey Anderson / El Paso Times /  POSTED:   06/17/2015 09:30:41 PM MDT Rudy Gutierrez — El Paso Times Ubaldo Robles, a graduate student at UTEP shows a Spatially Variant Anisotropic Metamaterial developed at UTEP that won a 50,000 grant during the El Paso Innovation & Commercialization Fund awards at the Hub of Human […]

Engineers in the Running for Global Distinction

NEWS   |   RESEARCH   |   SOCIAL & ENTERTAINMENT   |   MULTIMEDIA   |   PRESS     Engineers in the Running for Global Distinction Last Updated on April 13, 2015 at 8:54 am Originally published April 3, 2015 By Nadia M. Whitehead UTEP News Service This has been a whirlwind year […]

Every Employee Should Think Like An Entrepreneur — Here’s How To Do It

  Article from the Business Insider Author: Murray Newlands There was an interesting study released last year that found “58% of managers are either very willing or extremely willing to support employees who want to capitalize on a new business opportunity within their company.” Why would managers want to encourage this entrepreneurial spirit in employees? […]

Agritopia in the Upper Valley?

Agritopia in the Upper Valley_ – El Paso Inc. 3-30-14 Posted: Sunday, March 30, 2014 6:00 pm By Robert Gray El Paso Inc. staff writer Where El Paso’s Westside suburbs end and the green and brown rectangles of Upper Valley farmland begin, two El Paso developers are moving forward with an unusual 120-acre development. On Thursday, […]

Softener sensor, airplane-control system win El Paso venture contest

Softener sensor, airplane-control system win El Paso venture contest – El Paso Times 3-12-14 By Vic Kolenc / El Paso Times A University of Texas at El Paso team with a sensor that reduces the amount of salt needed to operate water softeners, and an El Paso startup developing an automated control system for small […]