MedTech Boston Google Glass Challenge – Photo Montage

MedTech Boston Google Glass Challenge – Photo Montage »

26 Apr, 2014
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XX in Health: Powerful women in life science discuss entrepreneurship, risk-taking and fostering innovation

XX in Health: Powerful women in life science discuss entrepreneurship, risk-taking and fostering innovation »

6 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features

Raising capital for a start-up venture, mitigating risk in a high-risky industry, and fostering innovation within a highly-regulated environment: these were just a few of the topics on the table at the April 2 XX in Health “Salon Series,” hosted by Ova Science.

Live from the Boston Children’s Hospital Innovator’s Forum: One hour of demos, ideas and opportunity

Live from the Boston Children’s Hospital Innovator’s Forum: One hour of demos, ideas and opportunity »

4 Apr, 2014
MedTech Features

During Friday’s lunch hour, innovators swarmed the Ender’s Building of Boston Children’s Hospital, offering demonstrations of medical devices, data solutions and wearable technologies.

Barcelona-based brain-scanning device company Neuroelectrics breaks ground in Boston

Barcelona-based brain-scanning device company Neuroelectrics breaks ground in Boston »

31 Mar, 2014
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This the combination brain scanning and stimulating platform manufactured by Barcelona-based Neuroelectrics, a spinoff of Starlab, and its creators hope it’ll be at the forefront of brain science in the Boston and beyond.

Two Socially Conscious Entrepreneurs, Pediatrician Andrey Ostrovsky and Fashion Entrepreneur Greg Selkoe of Karmaloop.com, work together to teach young kids to code

Two Socially Conscious Entrepreneurs, Pediatrician Andrey Ostrovsky and Fashion Entrepreneur Greg Selkoe of Karmaloop.com, work together to teach young kids to code »

30 Jan, 2014
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Andrey Ostrovsky arrived at the interview after biking through the snow, wearing his yellow rain gear on top of his scrubs, on his way to work. Greg Selkoe, CEO of Karmaloop, at the Headquarters on Boylston Street What do Verge generation fashion mogul Greg Selko and pediatrician…

Boston Children’s Hacking Pediatrics Hackathon Winners-RightByte takes first! »

20 Oct, 2013
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Today was an exciting culmination of months of hard work for the Hacking Pediatrics and MIT Hacking Medicine.  Over the course of a weekend, physicians, nurses, clinicians, dietitians, entrepreneurs, business people, engineers, and coders were all thrown together to make pediatric medicine better.  It was exciting and exhausting.  But creative and effective solutions were born. Naomi…

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