Started as an Innovation Sprint in the MS in Innovation and Management program, Cellens is breaking boundaries in healthcare sectors while developing a cell surface scanning technology platform.
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Gordon Institute students’ startup FoodEase hopes to help communities struck by natural disasters
To grasp the challenges companies are facing, it helps to be in the “driver’s seat” and go through the motions of key business leaders. For MSEM students studying Business Strategy, they’re doing just that and learning tips along the way.
As the Spring semester culminates with Innovation Sprint presentations for MSIM students, they anticipate new experiences, challenges and developments ahead.
Syra Arif, MSEM ’17, had a technical background but she wanted to go beyond and speak the same language as C-suite leaders. The MSEM program was her catalyst in doing so.
Chris Brady and Dylan Thorp, MSEM ’22 and ZOLL Medical Corporation employees, are engaged in efforts to meet growing ventilator needs from hospitals across the nation and locally.
Leaders of budding businesses share lessons learned when COVID-19 moved the Tufts $100k New Ventures Competition online.
While in COVID-19 travel-related quarantine, Earn Khunpinit, MSIM ’20, worked to ensure disadvantaged communities had access to affordable, high-quality sanitizing solutions.
Eric Osherow, MSIM ’20, shares his sea of experience launching SeaDeep.