RHV

(redirected from Rose-Hulman Ventures)
AcronymDefinition
RHVReid-Hillview Airport of Santa Clara County (California)
RHVRight Hepatic Vein
RHVRegionale Huisartsen Vereniging (Dutch)
RHVRose-Hulman Ventures (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology; Terre Haute, IN)
RHVRichard Humpty Vission (music producer, remixer, and DJ)
RHVRoentgenologic Heart Volume (cardiology)
RHVRescued Human Virus
RHVRelative Heart Volume (cardiology)
RHVRight-Heart Volume (cardiology)
RHVRemodélisation d'Histoire de Vie (French: Remodeling of Life History; hypnosis)
RHVRadio Hautes-Vosges (French radio station)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
Rose-Hulman Ventures assist companies with innovation-stage projects requiring an engineering focus on concept generation, prototyping, design and testing.
Two of the companies have benefited from services provided by Rose-Hulman Ventures' project managers and students.
"We have a number of advisory boards at both the institution and department levels, which identify emerging needs of business," says Bill Kline, associate professor of engineering management and director of Rose-Hulman Ventures in Terre Haute.
This Indiana-based venture-capital organization is a collaboration between Rose-Hulman Ventures and Michigan-based EDF Ventures.
Rose-Hulman Ventures was created as a program of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, in 1999, as a technology-based business incubator and product- development center and has received two grants from the Lilly Endowment totaling $55 million.
Rose-Hulman Ventures is a technology-based business incubator and product-development center with a unique combination of resources to meet the challenges of taking a bright idea to the marketplace.
Also in Terre Haute, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has its own menu of business-development activities, starting with its highly successful Rose-Hulman Ventures operation.
Formerly an artist in Canada, Davidson drew on animorphosis, production of intentional distortion, to develop the technology in collaboration with Rose-Hulman Ventures.
Nearly 50 individuals put up $50,000 to $250,000, joined by Indianapolis-based Twilight Venture Partners and Terre Haute's Rose-Hulman Ventures.
In Terre Haute, Rose-Hulman Ventures is using several Lilly Endowment grants to both create educational opportunities for its students in Indiana and to provide technical expertise for entrepreneurs across the state.
REI Ventures--This Indiana-based venture-capital organization is a collaboration between Rose-Hulman Ventures and Michigan-based EDF Ventures.