Monthly Archives - November 2018

Regroup Mass Notification Wins 2018-2019 Mobile Star Awards

Regroup Mass Notification, the industry leading provider of emergency and day-to-day mass notification solutions, today announced that its mobile application, AlertMe, has been recognized as “Most Innovative Mobile Emergency Alerts & Response App” in the 17th annual Mobile Star Awards™ program, hosted by the mobile events and news site MobileVillage. Read more >>

The search for a pill that treats concussions

William Korinek loves professional football and, as a native Minnesotan who moved to New England in 1995, he roots for both the Patriots and the Vikings. But he won’t let his 11-year-old son, Jonah, play tackle football.
“It’s too risky,” said the 45-year-old molecular biologist.
Korinek is cofounder and chief executive of Astrocyte Pharmaceuticals, a Cambridge startup trying to develop a drug to treat concussions. Read more >>

Sisters have their vision restored by eSight glasses

When asked to play a game to see who could rip the Christmas paper from the boxes the fastest and keep the gift inside, the sisters jumped at the chance. It wasn’t until Craig saw the word eSight written on the side of her box in big, bold, black letters that she realized the so-called surprise birthday party was really a surprise reveal party for her and her younger sister. Read more >>

Life-changing glasses give sight to the blind

In the past, people diagnosed as “legally blind” could only learn how to adapt to their new reality. Now, technology offers new options.
Thanks to a Lions Club in Lumberton, five lives were dramatically changed when they were given a new form of restored vision — no implants or surgery required. Read more >>

Babson Graduate School Named No. 1 Entrepreneurship Program By The Princeton Review And Entrepreneur

Today, The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur released their lists of the Top 25 Graduate and Undergraduate Programs for Entrepreneurs.
..“No matter what our graduates leave here to do, or where they go to work, they will encounter challenges, opportunities, and new ideas,” shared Candida Brush, vice provost of Global Entrepreneurial Learning at Babson College. Read more >>