•   Northeastern’s 3-D printing lab is for all to use New lab will let students learn the technology — as well as make stuff By Michael B. Farrell / Globe Staff / June 9, 2013 Along with researching papers or studying for exams, Northeastern University students will soon be able to go to the library and create their own […]

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  • May 22, 2013 by Jordana Torres View article on News@Northeastern   A part­ner­ship between the Center for Research Inno­va­tion and the alumni-​​founded startup Ven­ture­Crowd is con­necting Northeastern-​​based ven­tures with entre­pre­neuri­ally minded talent to turn inno­v­a­tive tech­nolo­gies into thriving businesses. Launched in November, Ven­ture­Crowd is an online inno­va­tion plat­form designed to help stu­dent– and alumni-​​run star­tups solve chal­lenges in busi­ness and tech­nology […]

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  • By Greg St. Martin News @ Northeastern Ever walk by a con­struc­tion project in the city and wonder what the site will look like one day? Well, a team of seven seniors at North­eastern has cre­ated a new app for that. For their inter­ac­tive media cap­stone, the stu­dents devel­oped what they call arc—a mobile appli­ca­tion that […]

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  • By Brian Heater reposted from engadget We were excited and honored when the administration at Northeastern University asked us to help judge its RISE:2013 Research, Innovation and Scholarship Expo. The event, held at the physical education center on the school’s Boston campus, brings together an incredibly diverse array of research projects covering a impressive number of fields, including […]

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  • From News@Northeastern – November 14, 2012 by Matt Collette Photos by Brooks Canaday   To kick off the Center for Research Inno­va­tion’sGlobal Entre­pre­neur­ship Week, each North­eastern dean had the oppor­tu­nity to describe the role entre­pre­neur­ship played in his or her college. Just one problem: It turns out five min­utes isn’t nearly enough time. Deans, admit­tedly ver­bose by their very […]

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  • By Kevin Walther IDEA: Northeastern’s Venture Accelerator was featured on MSNBC’s ‘Your Business’, presented by American Express OPEN Forum. The five minute segment, which aired on September 23, featured members of the IDEA management team, as well as ventures influences@, Annie Mulz, and Willō Cocktails.The MSNBC crew visited Northeastern this past July when they interviewed IDEA CEO Chris Wolfel, Faculty […]

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  • AUTM 2013 Venture Forum Business Plan Competition Accepting Applications The Association of University Technology Managers is seeking academic and research institution-affiliated startup companies to participate in the AUTM 2013 Venture Forum Business Plan Competition, taking place March 1 during the AUTM Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. The first place company will receive at $10,000 cash prize. […]

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  • As part of its continued commitment to serving Northeastern University’s innovation community, Northeastern University’s Center for Research Innovation (CRI) participated in AdvaMed, the premier medical devices, diagnostic products and health information systems in September. Northeastern ‘s reputation for relevant innovation is continuing to draw interest, a trend which was evident  at AdvaMed 2012.  Leading the […]

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  • Boston, MA.  Northeastern University’s Center for Research Innovation (CRI) has announced its participation in AdvaMed 2012 as part of its continued commitment to serving Northeastern University’s innovation community. With inventions surfacing at a record pace, Northeastern ‘s reputation as a source for relevant innovations is continuing to grow.  CRI leads the translation of University innovations […]

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  • When he was 15, Maciej Pietrusinski and his family fled the economic woes of Poland’s first attempt at capitalism and immigrated to the United States. Now 33, he is pursuing a promising career in the field of rehabilitation robotics and wearable exoskeleton design. He appreciates the important guidance and assistance the Center for Research Innovation (CRI) provided […]

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