Texas Southern University Team Wins International Entrepreneur Competition

a-collierAnthony Collier, a student at Texas Southern University in Houston, led a team of students who recently received the first place award at the International Competition for Entrepreneurs held in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Texas Southern University was the only historically Black educational institution among an international field of 12 colleges and universities.

The Texas Southern University team showcased their RadBlok device, an electromagnetic chip that improves cellphone reception, increases cellphone battery life, and protects the user from unwanted radiation.

Other members of the Texas Southern team that won the competition are David Funchess, Shanique Brown, Aubrey Conley, and Ashytn Duncan. For more on their invention, click here.

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