For the past month students have been developing solutions to transnational security. They have been looking for ways to leverage the latest in data science tools and technologies to increase the productivity of experts and analysts trying to stay one step ahead of criminals who use social media, mobile banking, cryptocurrencies, shell companies, and shadow…

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What is life like as an entrepreneur? What does failure mean to you? How do you find the right cofounders? These were a few of the many questions answered on Tuesday, February 28th at Banatao Auditorium by the Co-Founder of Tesla, Marc Tarpenning, and the Founder of the North Face, Hap Klopp. Throughout the evening…

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On February 23, students with backgrounds in Biotechnology, Nutrition, Chemical Engineering, Biology, Biochemistry, Material Sciences, and Electrical Engineering came together for the Plant-based Seafood Collider Kickoff Event. According to the World Wildlife Fund, “For centuries, our seas and oceans have been considered a limitless bounty of food. However, increasing fishing efforts, over the last 50…

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With terrorist attacks growing in size and frequency around the world, more organizations are trying to develop tools and technologies to stop the financing of terrorism. Terrorist Financing is the process by which terrorists fund their operations in order to perform their terrorist attacks. They need financial support to carry out their planned activities. ACAMS explains…

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Imagine having seamless connectivity and driving without any traffic congestion. Imagine an intersection that warns you if there is a collision just seconds ahead. Whether a car is human operated or autonomous, sensing the environment from a car’s vantage point faces limitations because of occlusion by structures and other vehicles. With self-driving cars looming on…

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  On September 27th from 6:30-8pm, the SCET Student Association invited Berkeley’s entire startup community to their first meeting. The SCETSA is dedicated to connecting Berkeley’s entrepreneurship ecosystem: students, campus organizations, and external partners. A problem many students noticed was a disjointed startup community. In Berkeley alone there are countless innovation organizations such as House…

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    This evening at the SCET office, over 50 students attended the Kabam Innovation Collider Kick-Off Event. Kabam creates, develops, and publishes games via Apple App Store, Google Play and the Amazon App store. The company has more than 850 employees worldwide and is headquartered in San Francisco. The Kabam team presented on the…

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The UC Berkeley and Stanford fervent rivalry was seen again in their race for having the largest number of tech startups created by undergraduate alums. PitchBook, an industry analytics firm that provides the most comprehensive M&A, private equity and venture capital information, recently released their data for the “Top Universities for VC-backed Entrepreneurs,” and UC Berkeley was…

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The Sutardja Center is pleased to announce the Fall 2016 Kabam Innovation Collider Project. Kabam creates, develops, and publishes games via Apple App Store, Google Play and the Amazon App store. The company has more than 850 employees worldwide and is headquartered in San Francisco. Three of Kabam’s co-founders, a majority of their first 25…

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On Tuesday, April 26th in Sibley Auditorium, three teams presented their start-up ideas at the Delta Prize Finals. The purpose of the Delta Prize is to accelerate the growth of early-stage ventures that have a minimum viable product and some measurable validation with the singular goal of preparing new ventures to be investor-ready. The evening started off with Eugene…

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