Students Shine at Keller, VentureLink Demo Days; Innovation Fund Tax Credit Auction Launches – NJ Tech Weekly

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Sign up for it here.] Princeton University’s Keller Center eLab and NJIT’s Highlander Foundry (Newark) held demo days for student companies in their summer accelerator programs.

Princeton University Keller Center eLab Demo Day According to Princeton University, 45 percent of this year’s eLab Accelerator business creators came from humanities departments. These included: Unite, a map-based event discovery app that allows people to find activities and events easily in their area, pitched by psychology major Donald Della Pietra and his team, and Readwell, a subscription-based reading app that offers high-quality books to preteen readers, pitched by Kate Clairmont, a Ph.

D. candidate in the English department.

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