MIT graduates Alessandro Babini and Daniel Wiese founded Humon on the notion that technology and biology could intersect to help athletes amplify their training and understand more about their bodies.
The Engine, MIT’s newest startup accelerator program, hopes to provide innovative businesses with easy access to workspace and equipment in order to promote their growth.
Over the last 25 years, the median student debt per student has more than tripled, but MIT startup Alfie hopes to help students regain control of the situation.
MIT professor Tavneet Suri talked to students on Thursday about M-Pesa, a mobile money service, which primarily functions in Kenya.
Most bars do not offer plugs for customers—ChefCharger allows bar-goers to create their own.
MIT senior Alex Grinman hopes his new app ‘Greenline’ will help Bostonians navigate the seemingly unreliable system.
The newly-formed Sales and Business Development Club will participate in a world-wide sales competition at MIT on Nov. 15.
The Maroon & Gold fund was created this past week to support startups born at BC, giving them a leg up in a game dominated by the likes of Harvard and MIT.
At arguably the most innovative campus in Greater Boston, students are sharing their inventions in a new exhibition.
An MIT group has launched an initiative called Cranes for Collier, and there could be no greater tribute to fallen MIT police officer Sean Collier.