Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Princeton Entrepreneurs in the News

Students in MAE 445 (Entrepreneurial Engineering) recently had the opportunity to present inventions to a panel of judges from industry. You can find out more about the inventions, which included EezAwake, a vibrating alarm clock, and the Perfect Lift Clip, a cleavage enhancer, here.

MAE 445, which is taught by Dan Nosenchuck, seeks to build upon engineering fundamentals by educating students about the marketing and business sides of product design.


Anonymous said...

Hope they protect their intellectual property (or even look into whether someone else owns it!) because good ideas have a way of being stolen the instant they are off the work bench.