Monthly Archives - November 2016

Babson College Named Top U.S. Undergraduate and Graduate School for Entrepreneurship by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur Magazine

he Princeton Review and Entre­preneur magazine have again named Babson College the No. 1 undergraduate school and the No. 2 graduate school for entrepreneurship education nationwide.
“Babson students and alumni live and work in 114 countries worldwide, and we are so proud of the impact they make using their entrepreneurship education to create economic and social value everywhere,” said Candida Brush, vice provost of Global Entrepreneurial Leadership at Babson College. Read more >>

Autoimmune Immunomodulator Market 2016

Autoimmune Immunomodulator Market 2016- Avaxia Biologics, Enlivex Therapeutics, Biogen Idec, AstraZeneca, Eli Lilly. A market study based on the Autoimmune Immunomodulator market across the globe, recently added to the repository of QY Market Research, is titled ‘Global Autoimmune Immunomodulator Market 2016’. The research report analyzes the historical as well as present performance of the global Autoimmune Immunomodulator market, and makes predictions on the future status of Autoimmune Immunomodulator market on the basis of this analysis. Read more >>

‘He loves them’: Special e-specs give blind boy a new lease on life

It’s a big day for Benny Francey.
He’s at the library in Selkirk, Man. for the first time with new specs.
“I can actually see complete detail,” Benny, 10, says.
The boy and his brother are living with a rare disease called Leber congenital amaurosis.
The condition means the boys can only see silhouette-like images.
The specs inside the case are eSight glasses from a startup in Toronto and cost $20,000 Canadian dollars — a hefty bill that was paid for by a GoFundMe […]

Hoping to see again, local woman seeks funds for $15,000 device

Three months ago, Donna Witcher, who is legally blind, walked outside her Torresdale home and identified a stop sign.
“It was amazing,” said Witcher, a buoyant 52-year-old. “I could actually see.”
The secret to her sudden vision? A high-tech headset called eSight, which employs a tiny camera that sends high-resolution video through a computer and back to small LED screens in front of the viewer’s eyes. Read more >>

Community raises $15K to help legally blind Independence boy see

Thanks to the community, a young boy is going to be able to see better than ever.
Corbin Wolfe’s family raised the $15,000 they needed for his eSight eyewear. They’ve ordered it, and it’s on its way.
All of Kansas City fell in love with 7-year-old after they saw a video of him trying on eSight for the very first time. It’s new technology using a camera and monitor to help people who are legally blind see. Read more >>