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April 17-21

 

 

 

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Revolutionizing Global Health Through Technology

Dr. Rich Fletcher is a Research Scientist at MIT D-Lab and directs the Mobile Technology Group within D-Lab. He also has more than twenty years of experience in the field of wireless sensors and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and has produced over a dozen U.S. patents and several spin-off companies.

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2017 MIT Startup Ecosystem Conference: The New Innovation Machines: Digital, Material, Hybrid

The next wave of tech innovation is set against a backdrop of unprecedented disruption. Digital machines foster autonomy, artificial intelligence, and people analytics. Material machines change the fundamental characteristics of fabrics and fibers. Hybrid machines combine hardware, software, and sensors to create powerful mini factories.

Join leading technology thinkers on May 3, 2017 to explore new innovations in machines.

Learn more and register online today.

 

Batteries and Beyond: Energy Storage Innovation

Energy storage innovation, both at micro and grid scale, is on the cusp of several major breakthroughs which are already impacting consumer electronics and autonomous transportation. With that comes commercial opportunities, policy challenges, industry disruption, new business models, and an array of new startups. What are some emerging energy storage technologies? What adjacent technologies are moving pieces in this game (IoT, cloud, EVs, utilities, distributed generation, transportation networks, mobility tech, sensors etc.) How can existing infrastructure evolve to enable making the most of such breakthroughs?

MIT Startup Exchange (STEX) is convening a workshop on Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 8:30 a.m. to discuss the latest advances in energy storage innovation from the perspective of the corporates, academics, VCs, and startups in the MIT ecosystem.

Visit the STEX event listing to learn more and register.

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Solving the World's Most Pressing Challenges Profile from Icon

Launched in 2015, Solve aims to accelerate positive change in four key areas or pillars: Learning, Health, Sustainability, and Economic Prosperity.

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Measuring Technology Multipliers in Manufacturing Profile from Icon

Jung-Hoon Chun examines the quantitative benefits of building products domestically.

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Human-Machine Interaction and Innovation in Healthcare Profile from Icon

Nevan Hanumara focuses his research on human-machine interaction. He works with clinicians to develop medical device solutions to interventional challenges.

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Clearing Away Complexity Profile from Icon

Edward Crawley brings system architecture tools to tough technical decisions and rethinks how to educate the engineers who make those decisions.

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The Intersection of Sports, Technology, and Beyond Profile from Icon

Ben Shields is a lecturer at MIT Sloan. His research focuses on the intersection of social media technologies, data analytics, and audience behavior in the sports, media, and entertainment industries.

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MIT SLOAN MANAGEMENT REVIEW

How to Develop a Great Digital Strategy

To succeed today, companies need a unique value proposition that incorporates digital technologies in a way that is difficult for competitors to replicate.

Which Features Increase Customer Retention

Most companies aspire to design goods and services that encourage repeat business. Yet businesses often invest in expensive features without adequately understanding how the features that attract new customers may differ from those that will retain existing ones.

 

Other MIT Headlines

The Growing Case for Geoengineering

 

As climate change accelerates, a handful of scientists are eager to move ahead with experiments testing ways to counteract warming artificially. Their reasoning: we just might get desperate enough to use this technology one day.

(from MIT Technology Review)

Baidu Will Release a Free Operating System for Self-Driving Cars

China’s leading search engine hopes to speed development of autonomous driving and draw carmakers to its services.

(from MIT Technology Review)

High-res, low-cost imaging

Tissue-expansion technique could allow scientists to map brain circuits.
(from the MIT News Office)

Not stuck on silicon

Engineers use graphene as a “copy machine” to produce cheaper semiconductor wafers.
(from the MIT News Office)

 

 

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