Innovation Across Disciplines: Behind the Scenes at the Harvard i-Lab

Innovation Across Disciplines: Behind the Scenes at the Harvard i-Lab »

27 Jan, 2015
Harvard students work in the collaborative i-lab space. Photo provided. At the Harvard Innovation Lab (i-lab), this upcoming spring looks busy. The i-lab was created in November 2011 as resource for students and fellows across Harvard University, accelerating growth in both entrepreneurship and innovation; students are encouraged to explore interdisciplinary collaborations at…

The H^3 (How to Hack Healthcare) Undergraduate Hackathon was our Invitation to the World of Innovation »

17 Nov, 2013
We were munching on dinner at my apartment, chatting about life in Cambridge, when one of my guests said, “Yeah, I don’t know anyone who doesn’t have a PhD around here.” The commenter—a professor at a large research institution—had made the remark only half-jokingly, but it infuriated me. I wasn’t naïve about my place in…

H@cking Medicine and Harvard iLab H^3: How to Hack Healthcare for Undergrads Only! »

10 Nov, 2013
This weekend marked H@cking Medicine's first undergraduate-only hackathon, the MIT-Harvard H^3 Hackathon, held in conjunction with The Harvard Innovation Lab (Harvard iLab), Massachusetts General Hospital's Medical Device "Plug-andPlay" Interoperability Program (MD PnP), Athenahealth, and Harvard's Developers for Development. The event was physically held in the beautiful space provided by the Harvard Innovation Lab. For the…

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