By Mary Potts, Communications Intern, MIT Energy Initiative Continuing its tradition of supporting the innovation ecosystem in Boston, HUBweek 2017 featured a multitude of events designed to bring together creative and passionate minds, and facilitate impactful discussions on today’s leading problems. One such event, hosted by the MIT Climate CoLab, was “Deep Dive: Open Innovation on […]Read more about: HUBweek event brings MIT experts, Boston community together to collaborate on climate change solutions
Each year, we engage national and global leaders as contest Advisors. These experts contribute their deep knowledge of the contest topic and strong connections in the field toward shaping their contest prompt and nominating the Judges, and often serve as Judges themselves. This year’s Advisors — hailing from UN Environment, Lockheed Martin, MIT, and many other institutions — join the over 130 Advisors who […]Read more about: Get to know the 2017 Contest Advisors!
This year, over 100 volunteers across the globe are joining us as Climate CoLab Fellows and Catalysts. Both groups play an integral role in our community and the contest process. Proposals authors will see notices from Fellows about the evaluation process, and you may have already seen Catalysts commenting on your proposals — take a moment to get […]Read more about: Get to know the 2017 Fellows & Catalysts!