Project Olympus - Carnegie Mellon University

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Project Olympus Promotes Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Carnegie Mellon University

"Bridging the gap between cutting-edge university research/innovation and economy-promoting commercialization for the benefit of our communities"

Project Olympus

At Project Olympus we encourage and support entrepreneurship on campus by helping faculty and students turn their cutting-edge research and great ideas into startups. Project Olympus is part of Carnegie Mellon's Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Check out our success metrics:

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Breaking News

  • PROBEs at Project Olympus this Summer Read More»
  • Carnegie Mellon receives $31 Million Gift for New Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship Read More»
  • Duolingo Raises $45 Million Series D Round Led By Google Capital, Now Valued At $470M Read More»

  • Show & Tell 19 speaker, Marlene Behrmann, Elected To National Academy of Sciences Read More»
  • Hyliion places 3rd overall at the Rice Business Plan Competition Read More»
  • Innovesca (Mary Beth Wilson, BME '13) invterviews with "Coffee With.." View Video»
  • Project Olympus presents 19th Show & Tell Read More»
  • Shoefitr (Matt Wilkinson, Nick End - ME '06, Breck Fresen - SCS '09) is quietly acquired by Amazon Read More»