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What Do Pokemon, Minecraft, and Dr. Who Have in Common? This Alumnus’ Startup

What Do Pokemon, Minecraft, and Dr. Who Have in Common? This Alumnus’ Startup

Amino, a social networking platform founded by two entrepreneurs who graduated from Northeastern University, has raised $45 million during its third round of financing. Amino centers on smartphone apps that connect users who share an interest in topics that appeal to relatively small groups of people, including Pokémon, Minecraft, and Dr. Who. “We are trying to connect … Continued

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This Tropical Disease is Second Only to Malaria as a Parasitic Killer. So Why Haven’t You Heard of it?

This Tropical Disease is Second Only to Malaria as a Parasitic Killer. So Why Haven’t You Heard of it?

One form of the disease begins with large open sores that won’t heal, then migrates to the nose and lips, rotting them away like a form of leprosy and leaving the victim badly disfigured. Another strain isn’t nearly as visibly grotesque, but it’s far more deadly, attacking the spleen, liver, and bone marrow. The deadly … Continued

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He Once Turned Clay Pots into Acoustic Speakers. Now He Makes Smart Sensors For Health Applications.

He Once Turned Clay Pots into Acoustic Speakers. Now He Makes Smart Sensors For Health Applications.

Srinivas Tadigadapa recalls that he was “quite the tinkerer” when he was a child growing up in New Delhi. He was fascinated by the inner workings of electronics and appliances, he says, and once opened up an iron to explore its heating system. On another occasion, he found a creative way to crank up the … Continued

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