MSU Entrepreneurship Network

The MSU Entrepreneurship Center is a university-wide at Mississippi State for promoting the creation of new ideas and bringing them to market. This network is designed to bring ideas and people together across campus and majors to create big things.

17 People and Projects in this group

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(IP) Novel, Inexpensive, Effective Salmonella Detection Kit

Project needs  Developers, Designers, Scientists, Product Managers, Engineers
  • Members
  • Eric Hill
Salmonella is the most frequent cause of food borne illness; expected to be responsible for 1.4 million food poisonings in the U.S. annually, that can lead to short and long term ailment that could cost the peanut, tomato, egg, and other industries billions of dollars a year. MSU researchers have developed a novel Salmonella detection kit to rapidly detect the presence of Salmonella in complex, mixed cell systems in food handling, industrial, or laboratory environments. It is almost 2x faster, 1/2…
Project

(IP) Method & System for Increasing Safety in Chemical Application from Aircraft

Project needs  Designers, Product Managers, Engineers
  • Members
  • Eric Hill
Currently, measurement devices provide wind speed and direction data, but the measurements are not site-specific and lack complete accuracy. Pressure from environmentalists, changing environmental protection laws, and skyrocketing jury awards have created an environment in which aerial applicators must attempt to reduce their exposure to litigation through improved drift control techniques. Researchers at Mississippi State University developed and patented a technology that allows for site-specific…