Use Energy Efficiency to Keep Football at Your College

This morning, NPR reported on how many colleges are cutting sports teams in order to direct more funding to scholarships. Perhaps such sacrifices could be avoided by reducing the amount of resources that are wasted through inefficient systems. Blue Hill’s science building ventilation optimization services take a huge chunk out of one of the university’s […]

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Blue Hill Managing Partner Emily Landsburg Speaks on Driving Entrepreneurship in the Region

Blue Hill Managing Partner Emily Landsburg was featured at the Forum of Executive Women’s 2014 Leadership Symposium on April 25th. Landsburg spoke on the panel “Driving Entrepreneurship in the Region,” alongside moderator Jaine Lucas, Executive Director, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Institute, Temple University and panelists Jie Du, President & CEO, JDP Therapeutics Inc, RoseAnn B. Rosenthal, President & CEO, […]

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Thanks to state fund, five Drexel buildings get energy retrofits

Elise Vider at Keystone Edge, an online publication focused on Pennsylvania’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, describes campus science buildings as “the modern version of the shoemaker’s children without any shoes.”  Even though campus science buildings are the largest energy consumers on campus, they’re often overlooked – just like the shoemaker’s barefoot children. Vider highlights Joyce Ferris’s insight […]