Rosalind Picard, co-founder of MIT born startup Empatica, is not only interested in helping people predict seizures through her team’s patented technology. She also wants to create a more supportive dialogue around seizures among college students.
Make Each Bottle of Wine Last With Kuvée
Sometimes you just want a glass of wine, but don’t want to wast the entire bottle. Kuvée is here to help with technology that could set the new standard for the wine industry.
A New Way to Lose It! With Boston-Based Weight Loss App
Obesity and its related health risks have been repeatedly regarded as a major national and international health crisis for years. As of November of last year, more than one third of adults in the United States are obese, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In response to this problem, Charles Teague decided…
Swipe Right to Find Your Next Roommate
Roomi’s app and desktop experience are designed for those seeking to rent out empty rooms as well as those searching for a new home.
SafeHer: A Ride Sharing Service For Women, By Women
After experiencing stories of female mistreatment by Uber drivers firsthand, Michael Pelletz decided to found SafeHer.
How Boston is Quickly Becoming A Premier Startup Hub in the United States
Over the past few years the city has become one of the blossoming innovation centers of the country, with hundreds of startups now calling Boston their home.
Jebbit Founder and Alum Provides Soaring Startup Circle for Aspiring Entrepreneurs
The application period for this summer’s Soaring Startup Circle (SSC), a program for BC students who are pursuing an idea and aspire to become entrepreneurs, begins in May.
At Trignis, Smoking Permitted (And Encouraged)
The Northeast is not often associated with the Southern tradition of smoking beef, but the Harvard-based startup Trignis hopes to reshape the age-old process.
Never Going Out Of Style: ModilMe Brings Clothes Sharing To BC
The new website gives students a way to buy and sell clothes.
Harvard Startup ‘QuikForce’ Wants To Simplify Your Moving Process
The Harvard startup leverages technology to streamline the moving process and make your move less stressful.