The ceremony is to celebrate RightCare being named the Michelson Grand Prize Winner of the 2012 Wharton Business Plan Competition at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
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With 17 group study rooms, amphitheater classroom and sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay, Wharton | San Francisco at Hills Plaza will allow a wider-than-ever array of School activities, including: * Increased activity by Wharton Executive Education, one of the largest providers in the world of open enrollment and custom business programs * New offerings from Wharton Entrepreneurial Programs, known for the Wharton Venture Initiation Program, Wharton Business Plan Competition and Wharton Venture Award * Expansion of speakers, panels, programs and events designed to showcase Wharton's 25 faculty research centers, students and alumni as well as business leaders from the Bay Area and beyond "We are extremely enthusiastic about this move.
Patented "InfraVue" Device that Halves Time to Detect Healing Problems Also Wins "People's Choice" Award PHILADELPHIA -- The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania announced that student team NIR Diagnostics, whose patented "InfraVue" device detects wound healing problems faster and more accurately than current approaches, won the $20,000 Michelson Grand Prize of the 2009 Wharton Business Plan Competition (http://bpc.
PHILADELPHIA & MUMBAI, India -- India's aspiring business leaders have an opportunity to showcase their entrepreneurial skills by participating in a special India version of the renowned Wharton Business Plan Competition (Wharton BPC) from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
The corrected release reads: MUSCLING ITS WAY TO VICTORY: MUSCLEMORPH WINS WHARTON BUSINESS PLAN COMPETITION GRAND PRIZE WITH NOVEL NEW MOTION TECHNOLOGY; LIGHTWEIGHT, EFFICIENT MOTOR USES POLYMERS TO MIMIC BIOLOGICAL MUSCLES FOR PROSTHETICS, ROBOTICS Student team, MuscleMorph, whose technologically advanced motor is lighter, higher performing and more cost efficient than any currently offered, won the $20,000 grand prize of the Wharton Business Plan Competition (http://bpc.
Five of the eight teams in the finals of the 2005 Wharton Business Plan Competition are trying to do their part, with business plans that would, among other things, help in the treatment of critical wounds, prevent drug abuse and test for serious illnesses such as breast cancer.
PHILADELPHIA -- Team's Venture Uses Atlantic Salmon Plasma for Combat and Other Wounds; Navy and Army Funding Already Secured Student team, FibrinX, whose tissue sealant provides a safer and cheaper adhesive to prevent excessive bleeding during surgical procedures or after traumatic injury, won the $20,000 grand prize of the Wharton Business Plan Competition (www.
In addition to Huzenlaub, two other speakers are scheduled to share their views of entrepreneurship with the audience: Cameron Johnson, a 19-year-old Virginia Tech student and a well-recognized young entrepreneur who will talk about what it's like to start and run a business while still in college; and, Eliot Jarrett, a Wharton senior who has distinguished himself through outstanding performance in Wharton business plan competitions.