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Article by Meghan Sapp | Originally published in Bio Fuels Digest | View Full Article In Delaware, a University of Delaware start-up company, called RiKarbon, Inc., is combining plant scraps and natural oils, through chemistry, to engineer a bio-based oil that can be used as a renewable alternative to typical petroleum-based resources used in everything from...
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Originally published in Delaware Business Now | View Full Article More than 20 million people board cruise ships each year to enjoy a little rest and relaxation. The lucky travelers liberally apply sunscreen before sunning themselves on deck, while the ship’s intricate machinery chugs forward, propelling the vessel toward unknown destinations. Now, a University of...
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Article by Karen B. Roberts | Illustration by Jeffrey Chase | Photos courtesy of Horn Entrepreneurship Staff Applications abound for UD startup’s renewable oil More than 20 million people board cruise ships each year to enjoy a little rest and relaxation. The lucky travelers liberally apply sunscreen before sunning themselves on deck, while the ship’s...
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Article by Dylan Gerstley | Originally published by Horn Entrepreneurship | View Full Article Apparel from recycled jeans, lubricants from renewable carbon and housing for the homeless from straw bales are among the sustainable and eco-friendly products being developed by University of Delaware Horn Entrepreneurship ventures. Companies like AndAgain, RiKarbon and Y Innovations speak to the commitment of...
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Article by Alex Vuocolo | Originally published in Delaware Business Times | View Full Article The University of Delaware’s startup funding competition, Hen Hatch, yesterday announced 12 semifinalists from its student track and 10 from its alumni, faculty and staff track. This mix of new apps, tools and storefronts beat out more than 70 applications...
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