Vitapul Injectables: Improving the Shelf-Life and Accessibility of Epinephrine

Vitapul Injectables is on a mission to save lives by improving the treatment of severe allergic reactions. With help from programs at the University of Utah, the student founders are developing a device to inject epinephrine, a drug that narrows blood vessels and opens airways in lungs, in a way that is cheaper and more […]

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True Adherence: A Smarter Way to Exercise

Chris Bright and Kyle Poulin founded their company True Adherence to make exercise safer and more effective. When he worked as a personal trainer, Poulin saw too many people risk injury or stunt their progress because they were exercising incorrectly. True Adherence’s technology provides real-time feedback and data to help people exercise smarter. Now, Bright and […]

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Little Wanderers Studios: Indie Games focused on Inclusivity & Culture

Spencer Wilson and Morgan Lander, University of Utah students and founders of Little Wanderers Studios, have been so impacted by the entertainment and arts industry, they created a company and culture that aims to “uplift the world.” Little Wanderers Studios is an indie game company that celebrates diversity of thought through the creation of fun […]

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Anselmo family donation supports entrepreneurship and hands-on learning at the Eccles School

The David Eccles School of Business and the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute at the University of Utah announced today a new gift of $160,000 from U alumni Chad and Kristen Anselmo to support a top 10 ranked entrepreneurship program and hands-on learning programs and opportunities at the Eccles School. “We are pleased to support experiential education […]

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