Chocolate entrepreneurs with a social aim

EMBA student and his wife find way to support people with autism

Crowdfunded start-up takes to the skies

Alumni from Grenoble GSB help design drone to film extreme sports

Tony Abrahams CEO...Tony Abrahams founder and CEO of Ai Media pictured at the Company's control room in Sydney
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Entrepreneur captures the spoken word

Saïd graduate develops technique to help the hard of hearing

Brint Markle, Co-Founder & CEO of AvaTech at the incubator office in Park City, Utah.
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A measure of safety on the mountainside

MIT Sloan entrepreneur develops device to gauge avalanche risk


Collaboration helps prevent date rape

MBAs join design and engineering students at Carnegie Mellon

Harvard MBAs thrive in Christmas market

MBA project has generated an iPad app for toddlers

Rady MBA students in cellphone venture

Team worked with the creator of EcoATM in the development of the business

Founder and CEO Kirk Hawkins in front of a show model ICON A5 aircraft at ICON's offices and show room in Los Angeles.
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Law change gives lift to folding aircraft

More than 1,000 orders have been placed

Photo by Bryce Vickmark for FT 7/23/13 - Vaxess Technologies employees from left, Co-Founder and CEO Michael Schrader, Director and Scientific Founder and the Frank C. Doble Professor of Engineering at Tufts University Fiorenzo Omenetto, VP of Research and Development Kathryn Kosuda, VP of Policy and Strategy Livio Valenti, and VP of Licensing and Regulatory Patrick Ho with silkworm cacoons at a Tufts University lab in Medford, MA, USA. Vaxess Technologies is working on a new way to keep vaccines cold using silk from silkworms.
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MBAs bring vaccines out of the cold

Harvard team in vaccine innovation

Claire Reid, Sean Blanckenberg and Emily Jones from Reel Gardening.
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Seed enture flourishes as a growing business

Reel Gardening hopes to encourage more people to grow their own produce

A business plan with its origins on the battlefield

A former army captain has won military funding to develop an alternative version of an IV drip