Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk exudes confidence and know-how, both essential elements of good entrepreneurship. But according to TED's Chris Anderson, what sets Musk apart from the rest is the massive respect he has for the science behind his investments. (2:08 min.)

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Meet Natasha D'Souza, Technology Entrepreneur, to learn more about the business she has founded. (2:30 min.)

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As the owner of a small company I am fully involved in the day to day running of the business. I market our services, meet with prospective customers, as well as do service and diagnostic work on various equipment. I also work part time at the College of the North Atlantic as an instructional assistant in the biomedical engineering program.

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Ever wonder who works with nanotechnology? Check out how one entrepreneur is using nanotechnology in their business.

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Scientists and engineers around the world have worked hard to develop technologies that harness natural energy resources in sustainable and affordable ways. One of the challenges of using clean sources of energy like wind and solar power is that they depend on local weather conditions.

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A pitch is a creative argument that encourages a particular audience to do something. Students can use this 3-step process to structure thesis statements, presentations, debates, and any other work that requires them to present arguments.

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The foundation of any effective presentation is compelling storytelling. This activity is an opportunity for students to practice creating and presenting interesting narratives based on visual clues.

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A student BLM to use entrepreneurial thinking strategies to explore real-world issues.

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Entrepreneurial ecosystems are networks of programs and organizations that support entrepreneurs. This resource provides additional connections for you and your students to explore more entrepreneurship resources and entrepreneurial opportunities.

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Social Return On Investment is a measurement of the social value generated by a project or organization. This activity introduces a SROI chart and encourages students to consider the multiple ways they can both receive & generate value through a project.

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