Students enrolled in the Fall 2021 semester of "ES95R: Startup R&D" recently demonstrated their products and companies at Pierce Hall. The course is taught by Paul Bottino, Executive Director of Innovation Education at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and teaches tech entrepreneurship as students design, develop and market their own companies, technologies and products.
Students share their ideas and progress throughout the semester in peer-to-peer forums, then finish their semester with a Demo Day event where they share their startups with the public.
Check out the gallery below to see some of their projects.
Startup R&D Demo Day
Madison McWilliams, '25, presents PocketCloset, a clothing organizer and fashion app. (Credit: Matt Goisman/SEAS)
Catherine Beddingfield, '23, shows off Flow, coffee modified to last longer and promote neurogenesis without caffeine jitters. Not pictured: co-founder Noah Evers. (Credit: Matt Goisman/SEAS)
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