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Join us at District Hall in exploring 13 Fintech/Financial Literacy products to be showcased this month! Our State Treasurer Deborah B. Goldberg will be in attendance, ready to welcome everyone! This month's Mass Innovation Nights is part of Boston's Fintech Week, a week filled with events and activities only focused on the Fintech sector in Boston!Find out more »
This event is part of the An Evening with a Laureate (AEW) program developed by the National Science & Technology Medals Foundation (NSTMF) to champion the work and lives of America’s greatest scientists and technologists and connecting these extraordinary individuals to the next generation by sharing their personal narratives of commitment, struggle, perseverance, and success. Each AEW event includes a formal interview with a moderator, an open Q&A session between the audience and the Laureate followed by a reception where audience members can meet the Laureate. their personal narratives with individuals all over the country. This particular event will be moderated by Dr. Paula Hammond, who will be interviewing Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson in the Silverman Skyline and Winter Garden Rooms of the MIT Media Lab.Find out more »
With the help of a stellar panel of judges, Xconomy is holding their first ever Xconomy Awards honoring the people, companies, and organizations that make the Boston life sciences community one of the most vibrant innovation centers in the world.Find out more »
Join scientists all around Boston at HUBweek to explore the future being built at the intersections of art, science, and technology. This year’s HUBweek will kick off with events taking place all across the city, and land on Boston’s City Hall Plaza as we transform it into a first-of-its-kind centralized festival site, “The HUB." Filled with 60+ shipping containers, dozens of art installations, and 4 geodesic domes, The HUB is where thousands of artists, innovators, and creators will come together from across Boston, and the globe.Find out more »
MASS AWIS is the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association for Women in Sciences. Our mission is to support women in all scientific fields and to achieve equity and full participation for women in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology. Our events and membership are open for the public regardless of their gender, professional background, or career level.