Regroup Mass Notification’s highly anticipated integration with Canvas, the open-source learning management system, is now available for users of the award-winning mass notification platform. Read more >>
Each month as part of StartHub Startups to Watch Program we connect with the winning company to learn more about them. The May Startup to Watch is Myomo, a Cambridge-based medical robotics company. Read more >>
The company won $500,000 in last year’s 43North competition and has moved its base of operations to Buffalo. Read more >>
There is a new kind of glasses that permits people considered legally blind to see again.
The company eSight created these unusual glasses. They are electronic, and work by flooding the user with huge amounts of visual information. Read more >>
Twisthink has announced the release of its latest project for Aircuity called the Aircuity 2.0.
Twisthink is a product innovation and business strategy consultancy based in the Holland area and Aircuity is an intelligent airside efficiency company providing building owners with energy savings. Read more >>
The first issue of Airbnbmag, which hits newsstands today, will help you find a place to stay off-planet, too. Here are the companies competing to take us to the heavens, and how much we’ll have to pay (and how long we’ll have to wait) for the ride of a lifetime. Read more >>
Julissa Marquez, a eSight user and patient at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai, says: “He grabbed one of my 12-inch knives and basically just started hacking away and my first stab wound was literally to my left eye. Read more >>
Sashimi derived from yellowtail fed a diet containing a novel fishmeal replacement has passed a consumer taste test with flying colours.
The trial was conducted by KnipBio, a Massachusetts-based biotechnology company, along with its collaborator Kampachi Farms, and involved samples of yellowtail (Seriola rivoliana) that had been fed diets containing up to 7.5% of the microbe-derived KnipBio Meal (KBM). The trial was conducted at the Food Innovation Center at Oregon State University. Read more >>
KnipBio, a Massachusetts-based biotechnology company, has developed a series of microbes that converts low-cost feedstocks into premium, nutritious, single-cell proteins that are an alternative to fishmeal in aquaculture. Its fermentation process yields a protein flour that is laden with immunity-boosting, pigment-enhancing carotenoids to produce healthier, more vibrant fish. Read more >>