- Boston Inno: 25 Under 25 September 29, 2020 - They say you're never too old to follow your dreams. Seems that you're never too young, either. Boston teen and college-age technologists and entrepreneurs are living that mantra, founding companies,… Read More
- The Eagle-Tribune: The Virtual Boston Marathon And Me September 25, 2020 - I ran my virtual Boston Marathon for kids with cancer, "One Mission." It is a great charity that does “whatever it takes” to get kids through cancer treatment. It was an… Read More
- Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences: New Life For Old Tech September 24, 2020 - MRI machines play a critical role in hospital operations. Yet, like other legacy devices that typically have decades-long life cycles, MRI machines are likely to have been purchased long before… Read More
- MIT News: Examining Racial Attitudes In Virtual Spaces Through Gaming September 23, 2020 - The national dialogue on race has progressed powerfully and painfully in the past year, and issues of racial bias in the news have become ubiquitous. However, for over a decade,… Read More
- MIT News: Helping Robots Avoid Collisions September 22, 2020 - George Konidaris still remembers his disheartening introduction to robotics. “When you’re a young student and you want to program a robot, the first thing that hits you is this immense… Read More
- Boston Inno: XZHealth Wants To Revolutionize Outpatient Health Care Through VR September 17, 2020 - For former Israeli Air Force pilot Eran Orr, traditional outpatient care was not working. Orr, founder and CEO of Brookline-based XRHealth, sought out an alternative to treat his whiplash, which… Read More
- Boston Inno: BostInno Approved: September’s Top Virtual Tech And Startup Events September 16, 2020 - September always signals the start of something new: the school year, a new season and the shift in attitude that comes with those changes. Things look a little bit different… Read More
- Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences: Confronting COVID-19 September 15, 2020 - Six months into the global pandemic, there is still no specific antiviral treatment for COVID-19. A team of Harvard undergraduates is working to change that. Members of Harvard’s International Genetically… Read More
- Boston Globe: Nonprofit Offers Online Help, And Hope To Low-Income Immigrants September 11, 2020 - For immigrants, COVID-19 has made the road to US citizenship an even more arduous journey, as restrictions make it nearly impossible for them to meet with lawyers in person. Meanwhile,… Read More
- MIT News: Anti-Racism In Technology And Policy Design September 10, 2020 - When Kate Turner was an undergraduate at the University of Notre Dame, she kept hearing the same message. “As a Black woman, people kept telling me, ‘we need more Black… Read More
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