Minesto to Present at the Chalmers Day for a Sustainable Future

Minesto, a company created at Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship in 2006, is an example of how the entrepreneurial students at our education contribute to the creation of a sustainable future by being the driving force behind innovations. Being a company focusing on sustainable and renewable energy sources, Minesto has been asked to present at the Chalmers Day for a Sustainable Future to highlight some of the results of our efforts to create a sustainable future.

The technology behind Minesto is called Deep Green – a tidal energy device that converts energy from tidal stream flows into electricity. Originally developed at SAAB Aero, this revolutionary idea was presented to a group of students at our technology venture creation track in 2005. The combination of a great idea and young entrepreneurial capacity soon proved to a recipe for success once again. The company has grown rapidly the last years and continue to do so - Currently they are looking for six new people to hire.

Mats Lundqvist – 2012 years William Chalmers speaker

Mats Lundqvist, director of Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship, is this years’ William Chalmers speaker.

The William Chalmers lecture is an annual lecture by prominent researchers held to honor the memory of William Chalmers, founder of Chalmers University of Technology. This year it is held on Monday, the 5th of November, and Mats’ focus will be entrepreneurship.

Time: Monday 5th of Novemeber, 17:00
Place: Palmstedtsalen, Chalmers

Business Review 2

The 21st of May, the graduating students at the Tech and Bio tracks of Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship presented their ready to fly business cases.


Students From the Bio Track Share Their Experiences from Tanzania

At the beginning of June the 13 students from the Bio track returned home from their two weeks field trip in Tanzania. The trip was part of the students’ school project within social entrepreneurship and contained a workshop series around entrepreneurship organized by the students. In an article published on the Chalmers website, vice project manager Caroline Blomqvist, shares her experiences and reflections from the very interesting encounters they made in Tanzania.