On Oct. 12, MIT mechanical engineering alumnus Vishnu Jayaprakash SM ’19, PhD ’22 was named the first-place winner in the graduate category of the Collegiate Inventors Competition. The annual competition, which is organized by… Read More »Pesticide innovation takes top prize at Collegiate Inventors Competition
The phrase “You have got your head up in the clouds” is no longer an insult in today’s world — having your head in the clouds may be the best way forward in business! Of… Read More »Beyond the Expected: Real-Life Business Uses for Augmented Reality
Get to know the story behind our newest addition to the Experts Directory in this guest post by Your Stuff Made’s co-founder and head of partnerships Anjali Kumanan, and learn more about ethical manufacturing. … Read More »Meet Your Stuff Made, The Indiegogo Expert On A Mission To Make Crowdfunding More Sustainable
When it comes to battery innovations, much attention gets paid to potential new chemistries and materials. Often overlooked is the importance of production processes for bringing down costs. Now the MIT spinout 24M Technologies… Read More »Simplifying the production of lithium-ion batteries
From its new headquarters in Cambridge’s Kendall Square, The Engine is investing in a number of “tough tech” startups seeking to transform the world’s energy systems. A few blocks away, the startup Inari is… Read More »Doubling down on sustainability innovation in Kendall Square
The Harvard Business Review’s Podcast “HBR Ideacast” has recently started a series on four business ideas which changed the world. I already told you about their excellent episode on Disruptive Innovation. Today I want… Read More »Scientific Management, Taylorism and how employees are prevented from innovating
Many across the United States are uneasy about what is in front of us economically in terms of the economic downturn. At the end of 2019, everything was on an upward trajectory that many… Read More »Are you Ready to use this Economic Downturn to Become Recession Proof?