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12.7.2017
48 mins

STEX Workshop: Cracking Cancer 2.0
Panel discussion

Paula Hammond, MIT
Laura Indolfi, PanTher Therapeutics
Ulrik Nielsen, Torque
John Roberts, MIT
Cracking cancer is among the most ambitious goals of contemporary medicine. We have never been closer. A tremendous amount of innovation is ongoing. MIT Startup Exchange is convening an annual innovation event to discuss the latest advances in cancer innovation from the perspective of industry, academia, venture, and startups in the MIT ecosystem redefining the field today. We aim to cover innovation models, technologies, collaboration patterns, and partnerships and will take a close look at the leading edge trends in genomics, personalized medicine, immunotherapy, CRISPR , Artificial Intelligence, nano medicine, knowledge discovery, analytics, and more.
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11.6.2017
3 mins

David Mindell
Humatics

Humatics is Applying Radar Technology to Enhance Human-Robotic Interaction

David Mindell
Startup Founder
Humatics
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10.5.2017
48 mins

STEX Workshop: Robotics, Drones and Sensor Tech Innovation
Panel Discussion

Sangbae Kim, Biomimetic Robotics Lab, MIT
Grant Allen, ABB Technology Ventures
Alexander Zak, Magna International
Sampriti Bhattacharyya, Hydroswarm
Tom Ryden, MassRobotics
Maha Haji, Flight Infinity
Robotics, Drones and Sensor Tech Innovation is a half-day event covering emerging technologies at the intersection of robotics, drones and sensors. Key themes we will cover include, but are not limited to: drone miniaturization, advanced manufacturing, touch for robotics (“the last mile”), drone applications (logistics, agriculture), collision avoidance / landscape sensing technologies, etc.

What are the killers app for robotics, drones and sensors? Which industries are ripe for transformation, for disruption? How will robots and humans work together to create the most value? What role will AI play in creating autonomous robots? What about government regulation of drones and robotics? What are the unexplored areas/territories when it comes to robotics, drones and sensors? Where might we have the biggest positive impact for the world?
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10.5.2017
11 mins

STEX Workshop: Robotics, Drones and Sensor Tech Innovation
Academic keynote: Robots inspired by animals

Sangbae Kim
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Biomimetic Robotics Lab
MIT
Robotics, Drones and Sensor Tech Innovation is a half-day event covering emerging technologies at the intersection of robotics, drones and sensors. Key themes we will cover include, but are not limited to: drone miniaturization, advanced manufacturing, touch for robotics (“the last mile”), drone applications (logistics, agriculture), collision avoidance / landscape sensing technologies, etc.

What are the killers app for robotics, drones and sensors? Which industries are ripe for transformation, for disruption? How will robots and humans work together to create the most value? What role will AI play in creating autonomous robots? What about government regulation of drones and robotics? What are the unexplored areas/territories when it comes to robotics, drones and sensors? Where might we have the biggest positive impact for the world?
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10.5.2017
13 mins

STEX Workshop: Robotics, Drones and Sensor Tech Innovation
Industry view: A call to automate the automation

Thomas Fuhlbrigge
Global Program Manager
Next Generation Robotics
ABB
Robotics, Drones and Sensor Tech Innovation is a half-day event covering emerging technologies at the intersection of robotics, drones and sensors. Key themes we will cover include, but are not limited to: drone miniaturization, advanced manufacturing, touch for robotics (“the last mile”), drone applications (logistics, agriculture), collision avoidance / landscape sensing technologies, etc.

What are the killers app for robotics, drones and sensors? Which industries are ripe for transformation, for disruption? How will robots and humans work together to create the most value? What role will AI play in creating autonomous robots? What about government regulation of drones and robotics? What are the unexplored areas/territories when it comes to robotics, drones and sensors? Where might we have the biggest positive impact for the world?
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10.5.2017
30 mins

STEX Workshop: Robotics, Drones and Sensor Tech Innovation
Lightining Talks

David Mindell, Humatics
Mike Baier, Vecna
Feng Tan, Woobo
Sampriti Bhattacharyya, Hydroswarm
Rory MacKean, Franklin Robotics
Lael Odhner, Righthand Robotics
Douglas Robinow, GeoScout
Maha Haji, Flight Infinity
Robotics, Drones and Sensor Tech Innovation is a half-day event covering emerging technologies at the intersection of robotics, drones and sensors. Key themes we will cover include, but are not limited to: drone miniaturization, advanced manufacturing, touch for robotics (“the last mile”), drone applications (logistics, agriculture), collision avoidance / landscape sensing technologies, etc.

What are the killers app for robotics, drones and sensors? Which industries are ripe for transformation, for disruption? How will robots and humans work together to create the most value? What role will AI play in creating autonomous robots? What about government regulation of drones and robotics? What are the unexplored areas/territories when it comes to robotics, drones and sensors? Where might we have the biggest positive impact for the world?
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10.5.2017
10 mins

STEX Workshop: Robotics, Drones and Sensor Tech Innovation
Industry view: Trends in automotive robotics

Alexander Zak
Director Corporate R&D
Magna International
Robotics, Drones and Sensor Tech Innovation is a half-day event covering emerging technologies at the intersection of robotics, drones and sensors. Key themes we will cover include, but are not limited to: drone miniaturization, advanced manufacturing, touch for robotics (“the last mile”), drone applications (logistics, agriculture), collision avoidance / landscape sensing technologies, etc.

What are the killers app for robotics, drones and sensors? Which industries are ripe for transformation, for disruption? How will robots and humans work together to create the most value? What role will AI play in creating autonomous robots? What about government regulation of drones and robotics? What are the unexplored areas/territories when it comes to robotics, drones and sensors? Where might we have the biggest positive impact for the world?
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09.12.2017
47 mins

STEX Workshop: Synthetic Biology & New Materials Innovation
Panel Discussion

James J. Collins, MIT
Vincent Ling, Takeda
Christine Santos, ManusBio
Maulik Thaker, Novartis Institutes
Meredith Fisher, Partners Innovation Fund
How will synthetic biology and new living materials change the way we manufacture key products such as pharmaceuticals, food, electronics and consumer goods? What new tools are now available? What new applications are opening up? How should corporations deploy this technology to stay ahead? What role is synthetic technology already playing in our lives? What advances will we see over the next few years? Synthetic biology is no longer only a specialty research area, it is rapidly going mainstream. Key industries are starting to depend on its key promises to change the relationship between technology and nature. Biological breakthroughs, analytics and material science innovation, together, are already radically changing the properties of things we knew as given, enabling us to grow rather than manufacture better products, starting with yeast and now rapidly moving up the food chain of biological building blocks.
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