What started as a class project that has grown into a high-growth company with a presence in over 4,000 stores across the U.S. has earned its young co-owners recognition in a national business publication.
SCBIO has a new look. The statewide life sciences organization has introduced refreshed branding and launched a new website to meet the needs of the organization and its thousands of constituents across South Carolina.
More than 300 guests united at the Greenville ONE Center for the 7th annual Next Venture Summit on Thursday, including founders, funders and ecosystem partners from across the Carolinas to celebrate the best and brightest startups in the
An advanced materials company in Pendleton has been awarded $1.15 million to develop materials to protect soldiers from chemical warfare agents.
Innovators from a broad swath of industries across South Carolina have been named finalists for the 2022 InnoVision Awards. Winners will be announced during a Nov. 15 awards celebration.
Argo AI has been testing self-driving cars in urban situations in places like Miami and Austin, Texas, but is drawing closer to its plan of testing the technology on a high-speed closed track in Greenville.
The Judson Mill Community Innovation Hub, Judson’s newest collaborative space for non-profits, mission-driven profits, small businesses and social entrepreneurs, has named James Westman Abbott as community director.
The Platform at Greer, an entrepreneurship program of Greer Development Corp., selected the businesses to participate in Bootcamp Cohort 6 scheduled for June 23 and 24 at The Randall House in downtown Greer. The bootcamp will culminate w
A self-repairing hose developed by researchers at Clemson University could advance use of hydrogen fuel. A more durable hose for pumping hydrogen could help lower the cost of a sustainable fuel
The spice's potential role in technology has been revealed through researchers at the Clemson Nanomaterials Institute, who recently published research that shows how
The free game allows students to try a number of jobs on for size and level up through a variety of challenges such as testing new medicines, obtaining Food and Drug Administration approval and making
An $10 million funding round will help a Simpsonville biotech company advance the development of a therapy that it says can make damaged tissue