Richard, one of the cofounders, always had the idea but never really got to actually doing till he saw a inspirational article that was done on 3×1.
In 1962, when he was 33, the scientist Nick Holonyak, Jr., created the first practical visible light-emitting diode.
Weinblatt and a friend launched Crooked Monkey at a bar near the University of Maryland, where he was a political science student.
By women for women, the Bellybar, by NutraBella, helps fill pregnancy cravings while still being nutritious and low in calories.
In the fall of 2007, T.J.
While reviewing a thick legal document in her office one night at 2:00 a.m., corporate attorney YiShaun Yang had an epiphany – she realized the desire to be her own boss and the need to contribute to society in her own way.
The e-mail confirmed it: everything was finally back on schedule after weeks of maddening, inexplicable delay.
A couple Stanford Business School grads have started a company in the Bay Area to deliver lunch to office workers.
Thingverse is a website to swap digital files for 3D printing tiny objects.
“It’s a different type of stress,” she said during an interview this month as one of her seven dogs, Basta, a four-year-old Italian mastiff, sat at her feet.