The 10th Annual Duke Start-Up Challenge, the premiere entrepreneurship competition at Duke University, and the Duke Global Entrepreneurship Network (DukeGEN), announced today that Biogenic Medical Devices, led by Garrett Muramoto (MBA11), took home the Judges Choice award of $1000 and The Produce Purity Project, led by Stephanie Fruth (MBA11), won the Audience Choice award of $250 and a special gift of $500 from lead judge Bill Maris, Co-Founder of Google Ventures. A standing room only crowd of more than 500 packed Geneen Auditorium for the Final showdown where the 14 teams pitched and the winners took home the prize money. The event was broadcast live on the Internet.
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