Twelve teams of students and postdocs across the MIT community presented innovative startup ideas with potential for real-world impact.
Driven by deeply personal experiences, three entrepreneurs find inspiration from MIT to empower patients and change their lives.
MIT DMSE hosts its first-ever jobs fair, attracting industry giants, startups, and students for networking and career exploration.
Pacifiko, founded by Jorge Schippers MBA ’13, is expanding access to affordable products in Latin America, starting with Guatemala and Costa Rica.
Noya has developed low-power, modular units that can be combined to create facilities for removing millions of tons of CO2 from the atmosphere.
The Spark Photonics Foundation works with educators to get K-12 and college students interested in STEM fields, including advanced manufacturing and semiconductors.
C-Crete, founded by Rouzbeh Savary PhD ’11, has created a cement alternative that could significantly reduce the industry’s carbon dioxide emissions.
The MIT spinout Silverthread helps companies transform complex codebases into modular systems that can be changed or updated without headaches.
The capstone event for the delta v accelerator gave students a chance to celebrate business milestones they achieved over the summer.