We assist emerging entrepreneurs – students and community members alike – to help them transform great ideas into marketable products, start-up companies, and potentially transformative new industries.
This city and this university have fostered generations of inventors, innovators, and entrepreneurs, yielding new ideas that have changed the face of the world.
Today, we are building on our past successes through programs that extend the ideas of creative and talented people throughout our communities and that support collaborations to help them pursue innovative ideas.
By joining our educational excellence with high-impact services and expert mentorship, we are helping to incubate and accelerate important new ventures. We also offer community members affordable access to work spaces and technological support that will foster innovation, enable translation of innovative ideas into prototype products, and help them establish strong, sustainable new businesses.
PME students bring ‘Battery Day’ to the Museum of Science and Industry
For the second annual Battery Day, created by Asst. Prof. Chibueze Amanchukwu, students at the University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering led guests at the Museum of Science and Industry in hands-on activities about batteries.
Chicago region designated U.S. Tech Hub for quantum technologies by Biden-Harris administration
The greater Chicago area is home to some of the world’s leaders in quantum information science and engineering research, including the University of Chicago.
Small Business Spotlight: Love Cork Screw welcomes everyone to a glass of wine
Lampley launched Love Cork Screw in 2013. The company currently produces seven wine varietals which feature whimsical labels such as “Be the Light” Sauvignon Blanc and “Good Times, Good Friends” Pinot Grigio that appeal to the brand’s target demographic of 25- to 44-year-olds.
Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering Introduction to Molecular Engineering Course for City Colleges of Chicago Students
Guerra recently participated in UChicago’s Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering (PME) Introduction to Molecular Engineering course, created specifically to help more City Colleges of Chicago students transfer into four-year degree programs focused on STEM–and to help diversify growing STEM fields.