Archive for: Bob Metcalfe

 

Longhorn Startup Nourishes Student Entrepreneurs

In 2010, a UT computer science student named Elben Shira, BS ’11, posted an essay on his website about the department’s “second-rate” startup culture. Shira...

 
 

Two Longhorns Join the Internet Hall of Fame

Two Longhorns are being honored for all the networking they’ve done—but it’s probably not the type of networking you’re thinking of. Cockrell School of...

 
 

Longhorns Invent 3-D Camera—and Demo It For Obama

It’s not every day you get to show your business concept to the president of the United States. But that’s exactly what two UT engineering students did...

 
 

Houston Chapter Talks Entrepreneurship With Bob Metcalfe

Not long ago, Bob Metcalfe—UT professor of innovation, Murchison fellow of free enterprise, and globally renowned startup guru—invited Dell founder Michael...

 
 

Houston Chapter to Study Innovation With Bob Metcalfe

If you’ve ever plugged in an Ethernet cable, you have Bob Metcalfe to thank. He invented the Ethernet in 1973. That breakthrough and others earned him what may...

 
 

Students Encouraged To Start Businesses at UT Conference

First UT entrepreneurship conference exposes students to business leaders, professors, and others who share company-launching tips. Can I start a business as a...

 
 

UT in the ‘Changing the World’ Business, Professor Says

Bob Metcalfe—Ethernet co-inventor, engineer and scientist, successful entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and now professor of innovation at the Cockrell School...

 
 
 
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