Category Archives: Guest Post

  1. AquaFresco Is Cleaning Up The Way We Do Laundry

    by Joel Greenberg Most college kids make their way through school giving nary a thought to two little words: clean clothes. Gather them up before break, take them home, and hand them to mom and dad to wash for the next semester. But PhD candidates at MIT are wired differently. And because three of them…

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  2. G-Tech is Following Their Gut to Help Doctor’s Heal Your Belly

    By Joel Greenberg When Steve Axelrod was earning his Ph.D. in particle physics from Yale and his post-doc from Stanford, he thought he might spend his professional life probing the secrets of the cosmos, the beginnings of the Big Bang and the mysteries of the Higgs boson, a seminal component of physics theory. The last…

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  3. Thermal Recharging Technology: A Game Changing Clean Energy Source

    By Joel Greenberg On June 1, 2009, Air France Flight 447 — bound from Rio de Janeiro to Paris with 228 people aboard — plummeted mysteriously into the Atlantic Ocean, coming to rest some 2.5 miles below the surface, off the Northeast Coast of Brazil. The cause of, and circumstances surrounding the crash essentially remained a mystery until nearly…

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  4. Realizing the Promise of Immuno-Oncology

    by Tony Chen In the war against cancer, the promise of immunotherapy has led to major breakthroughs in the last 5 years. This field is growing at a dizzying speed. The rapid growth has not gone unnoticed: billion dollar initiatives are being undertaken by the government, S&P500 companies, and a Silicon Valleylegend. And while increased…

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  5. Keeping Information Technology Flourishing in the Twenty-first Century

    By Jayna Sheats:   The phenomenal success of the computer industry, which from servers to cell phones forms the basis of nearly everything we do today, is based on a 10,000-fold shrinkage of the transistor over the last fifty years. However, as those transistors now approach atomic dimensions, the continual product advances and cost reductions to which we have become…

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