september emtech -see below

mit100 k student competition - 3 phases through year - pitch, accelerate, final

global challenge 2 stage process

many labs have their own competitions or conferences celebrating entreprenurs

eg energy prize

MIT Clean Energy Prize

cep.mit.edu/
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Get updates on deadlines, winners, and cool energytechnologies ... category will have one winner ($25,000), and one team will win the grand prize ($225,000).

-also watch out eg for dlab, legatum ,

,, 

one of biggest prizes (500000 ) Lemelson- deadline for entries is usually november of each year

================================

below emtech 2014

Erik Brynjolfsson

Director, MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy
avatar for Aaron Levie

Aaron Levie

Cofounder and CEO, Box
avatar for Mike Rhodin

Mike Rhodin

Senior Vice President, IBM Watson Group
avatar for Astro Teller

Astro Teller

Google[x]

Dmitri Alperovitch

Cofounder and CTO, CrowdStrike, Inc.
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Bill Aulet

Bill Aulet

Managing Partner, Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship
avatar for Vijay Balasubramaniyan

Vijay Balasubramaniyan

CEO, Pindrop Security
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Angela Belcher

Angela Belcher

Professor, MIT and Winner of the 2013 $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize
avatar for Theodore Berger

Theodore Berger

Director, Center for Neural Engineering, University of Southern California
avatar for Brian Bergstein

Brian Bergstein

Deputy Editor, MIT Technology Review
avatar for Stephan Biller

Stephan Biller

Chief Scientist for Manufacturing, General Electric
avatar for Ed Boyden

Ed Boyden

Associate Professor, MIT Media Lab
avatar for Jonathan Bush

Jonathan Bush

Cofounder, CEO and President, Athenahealth
avatar for Steve Case

Steve Case

Chairman and CEO, Revolution; Cofounder, America Online; Chairman, The Case Foundation
avatar for Joe Coray

Joe Coray

Vice President, The Hartford Financial Services Group
Presenting Sponsor
avatar for Kate Crawford

Kate Crawford

Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research
avatar for John Dabiri

John Dabiri

Professor, California Institute of Technology
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Leslie Dewan

Leslie Dewan

Chief Science Officer, Transatomic Power
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Kerry Emanuel

Kerry Emanuel

Professor, MIT
avatar for David Fattal

David Fattal

Principal Researcher, HP Labs
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Christine Fleming

Christine Fleming

Assistant Professor, Columbia University
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Lee Forster

Lee Forster

Practice Lead (commercial strategy), Technology Advisory, Sagentia
avatar for Katharine Frase

Katharine Frase

VP and CTO, IBM Public Sector
avatar for Ari Gesher

Ari Gesher

Senior Engineer, Palantir Technologies
avatar for Roozbeh Ghaffari

Roozbeh Ghaffari

Cofounder, Director of Advanced Technology, MC10
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Matt Grob

Matt Grob

CTO, Qualcomm
Presenting Sponsor
avatar for Mitchell Higashi

Mitchell Higashi

Chief Economist, GE Healthcare
avatar for Stephen Hoover

Stephen Hoover

CEO, PARC, a Xerox Company
avatar for Joi Ito

Joi Ito

Director, MIT Media Lab
avatar for Mary Lou Jepsen

Mary Lou Jepsen

Head of Display Division, Google[x]
avatar for Simon Johnson

Simon Johnson

Professor, MIT Sloan School of Management
avatar for Julie Kientz

Julie Kientz

Assistant Professor, University of Washington
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Per Ola Kristensson

Per Ola Kristensson

Lecturer, University of St Andrews
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Tom Leighton

Tom Leighton

CEO, Akamai
avatar for Hao Li

Hao Li

Assistant Professor, University of Southern California
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Enrique Lomnitz

Enrique Lomnitz

Director, Isla Urbana
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Eric Migicovsky

Eric Migicovsky

Founder, Pebble
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Ben Milne

Ben Milne

CEO and Founder, Dwolla, Inc.
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Craig Mundie

Craig Mundie

Senior Advisor to the CEO, Microsoft
avatar for Lina Nilsson

Lina Nilsson

Founder, Tekla Labs
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Scot Osterweil

Scot Osterweil

Research Director, MIT Comparative Media Studies Program, Creative Director, MIT Education Arcade
avatar for Stephen Pair

Stephen Pair

Cofounder and CTO, BitPay
avatar for Luis Perez-Breva

Luis Perez-Breva

Lecturer and Research Scientist at MIT School of Engineering, Co-Director of MIT Innovation Teams Program (Joint MIT Engineering and Sloan)
avatar for Jason Pontin

Jason Pontin

Editor in Chief and Publisher, MIT Technology Review
avatar for Morgan Quigley

Morgan Quigley

Cofounder, Open Source Robotics Foundation
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Kira Radinsky

Kira Radinsky

CTO, SalesPredict
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Steve Ramirez

Steve Ramirez

Graduate Student, MIT
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Carlo Ratti

Carlo Ratti

Director, MIT SENSEable City Lab
avatar for Deb Roy

Deb Roy

Associate Professor, MIT, Chief Media Scientist, Twitter
avatar for Laura Schewel

Laura Schewel

Cofounder and CEO, StreetLight Data
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Daniela Schiller

Daniela Schiller

Assistant Professor of Neuroscience and Psychiatry, Friedman Brain Institute, Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai
avatar for Tom Simonite

Tom Simonite

Senior Editor, IT, MIT Technology Review
avatar for Bright Simons

Bright Simons

President, mPedigree Network
2013 Innovator Under 35
avatar for Dirk Smit

Dirk Smit

Chief Scientist Geophysics and VP Exploration Technology, Shell Global
avatar for Balaji Srinivasan

Balaji Srinivasan

Cofounder, Counsyl
2013 Innovator Under 35

avatar for Marco Tempest

Marco Tempest

Cyber Illusionist

avatar for Skylar Tibbits

Skylar Tibbits

Director, MIT Self-Assembly Lab

avatar for Evans Wadongo

Evans Wadongo

Chairman and Executive Director, Sustainable Development For All-Kenya
2013 Innovator Under 35

avatar for Amos Winter

Amos Winter

Director, Global Engineering and Research Lab, MIT
2013 Innovator Under 35

avatar for Feng Zhang

Feng Zhang

Core Faculty Member, Broad Institute
2013 Innovator Under 35

avatar for Liangfang Zhang

Liangfang Zhang

Associate Professor, University of California, San Diego
2013 Innovator Under 35

avatar for Bowen Zhao

Bowen Zhao

Cognitive Genomics Laboratory, Director
2013 Innovator Under 35

avatar for Xiaolin Zheng

Xiaolin Zheng

Assistant Professor, Stanford University
2013 Innovator Under 35

avatar for Yu Zheng

Yu Zheng

Lead Researcher, Microsoft Research Asia
2013 Inno

Views: 14

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

lemelson prize

Lemelson-MIT Prize

Improving the World Through Invention

The $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize recognizes individuals who translate their ideas into inventions and innovations that improve the world in which we live.

Dubbed the "Oscar for Inventors," the Lemelson-MIT Prize is awarded to outstanding mid-career inventors, who have developed a patented product or process of significant value to society, which has been adopted for practical use, or has a high probability of being adopted. By recognizing and funding younger, mid-career inventors, the prize is designed to spur inventive careers and provide role models for future generations of inventors.

Lemelson-MIT Prize Objectives

The Lemelson-MIT Prize seeks to highlight the pivotal role inventive activity plays in the achievement of positive social, cultural and economic goals. The objectives of the Lemelson-MIT Prize are to:

  • recognize and reward America’s outstanding mid-career inventors
  • encourage broad dissemination of invention(s) to achieve maximum impact
  • celebrate individuals who enhance economic opportunity and community well-being through their inventive work
  • foster continued inventive work that creates opportunities and overcomes challenges
  • increase awareness of the work of inventors and the potential for commercialization and wider adoption of their inventions
  • promote role models who can inspire young people to pursue creative lives and careers

Definition of Technological Invention | Eligibility Requirements |Nomination Instructions

 

Forms and Deadlines

Reply to Discussion

RSS

economist taxonomy : norman macrae schwarzman fazle abed botstein attenborough blackrock

ECONOMIST CO-BLOGS

BLACK

FUTURE

GREEN

HEALTH

WOMEN

REFUGEE

AMERICA

CHINA

EUROPE

AFRICA

ARTS

SPORTS

-deming - systems can only co,pound one aim - is yours goal 1 end poverty or what

goodhubsguide

schwarzman

soros

schwab

case

rsvp your nomination chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

co-blog Legatum change the world conference has been announced for 10 May 
MIT remains the most revolutionary space youth can study in usa- it celebrates open education; it houses the father of the web tim berners lee; a square mile walk from kendall metro is the most futuristic imagination tour I know of in the west (though I would love to join in celebrating any square mile tour you recommend for changing the world) 

and through Legatum it hosts annual conferences by the digital wizards who first brought mobile telecoms to the world poorest village mothers and their communities with the greatest sustainability crises; I guess but I dont know that the most futuristic square mile tour in the middle east is located in Dubai (the twin capital of Legatum with Boston)

hottest youth-spring question of our life and times-can online education end youth unemployment for ever ? yes but only if you help map how!

 

Resources

 

Yunus Boston Commencement speech

 

2010s most exciting job creation survey?

 

Yunus invites sustainability world trades with china

© 2021   Created by chris macrae.   Powered by

Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service