MindScribe wins the IQ Award for their innovation in education
October 23, 2018
MindScribe won a BizWest 2018 IQ Award honoring the "Innovation Quotient" of Boulder Valley companies, products and services. With nearly 100 finalists and only 13 total winners, MindScribe and BitsBox won the education category, alongside finalists including SparkFun, Misty Robotics, and Specdrums.
Check out the full list of finalists, and read about the winners.
September 13, 2018
The College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado Boulder interviewed computer science PhD student Layne Hubbard as part of their "Path to Engineering" series. "My faculty mentors understood my nontraditional experiences and were committed to supporting my vision," says Layne.
Seven Inspiring Startups from the CU Ecosystem
August 03, 2018
Catalyze CU, the university’s flagship venture accelerator program, celebrated the close of its fifth annual 10-week program on Thursday (July 26th). As we’ve come to expect from this event, the caliber of startups coming out of CU is only growing stronger annually, with everything from smart fencing solutions to early child education being showcased by 7 energized, passionate founders.
Computer science startup earns early childhood innovation prize
June 18, 2018
Telling a story to a stuffed zebra might look like just a fun kids’ activity. But for computer science PhD student Layne Jackson Hubbard, it’s much more – it’s a way for kids to develop language, social and cognitive skills.
And she’s not alone in that assessment. Her startup, MindScribe, was recently awarded Gary Community Investment’s Early Childhood Innovation Prize, which supports projects that “maximize every child’s potential during their first three years of life.”
A million dollars, 570 hopefuls, and 15 winners: How a new competition aims to boost babies and toddlers
May 22, 2018
The Early Childhood Innovation Prize
May 22, 2018
MindScribe was recently named one of the Early Childhood Innovation Prize’s “Top Ideas” because of its potential to create breakthrough impact for young children. As one of 15 Top Ideas selected from more than 570 ideas submitted from innovators in 100 countries through OpenIDEO’s prize platform, we will share in $1 million in prize funding from Gary Community Investments (GCI) to help accelerate our impact.