Founded by three graduates from MIT, the Ministry of Supply fashion-startup provides customers with professional-wear that feels like workout clothes.
Wearable technology startup InvisaWear plans to provide users with fashionable clothing items which function as safety devices.
Blink, a startup located in Boston, stands alone in the home security business by introducing an affordable security system run on battery-operated cameras that connect to the users smartphone.
Motivated by his grandmother’s struggles with osteoarthritis, Boston College alum Stephen Cheng’s startup Exowear aims to monitor the progress of physical therapy through a mobile app.
Joulez, a local startup, hopes to break social expectations and encourage young girls to pursue STEM careers with creative building kits.
Zagster, the leading campus bike share provider, and Zipcar, the world’s leading car share network, have announced the first national sponsored bike share program specifically for universities: Zipbike.
Although home might sound like the ideal office, working from home is often lonely, demotivating, and distracting. Actual offices, on the other hand, can be demoralizing and expensive, while good workspaces, like coffee shops, are nearly impossible to find consistently in cities.
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