IDEAS awards more than $50,000 in grants across six student-led teams to develop projects addressing social and environmental challenges.
MIT alumni-founded Spoiler Alert matches major food brands with discount grocers to sell perishable products.
Six new IDEAS teams receive grants to continue developing their work with communities.
With deep roots at MIT, the startup change:WATER Labs has created a toilet that treats waste without water or power.
Seven teams of MIT social innovators receive funding to continue their ventures.
MDaaS Global works to transform health care in Africa by bringing high-end medical diagnostics to low-income communities.
In a year its co-founder calls the hardest of his life, company pivots from app development to video compression.
Two MIT graduate students have developed a device that provides better access to STEM materials for the blind and low-vision community.
Twelve teams competing in social-entrepreneurship competition split $97,500 in cash prizes.
MIT IDEAS Global Challenge has helped launch 128 student-led projects around the world.
Students’ innovative IDEAS Global Challenge projects combine entrepreneurship with the passion to help others around the world.