Science Magazine: How entrepreneurship saved the Galileoscope project


 

A successful collision of astonomy and entrepreneurship has helped launch the Galileoscope project, which aims to put powerful, affordable telescopes into the hands of amateur astronomers around the world. The project, which stumbled during the global financial crisis, was saved by an entrepreneurial approach developed by its founders.

Long-time NCIIA grantee, Doug Arion, professor of physics and astronomy and director of the Entrepreneurial Studies Program at Carthage College, is a member of the project team. Read more about the project in Science Magazine.