C2Sense Digitizing Sense of Smell for Internet of Things

C2Sense is digitizing our sense of smell for the Internet of Things C2Sense utilizes digital gas sensor technology to pioneer Internet-of-Things technology for digitizing smell, enabling smarter agriculture and safer workplaces. Based on technology originally developed in laboratories at MIT, C2Sense has worked its way through MIT’s innovation pipeline and most recently secured a spot…

Berkeley-Founded Hopscotch Brings VR/AR to Real Estate

Berkeley-Founded Hopscotch Brings VR/AR to Real Estate   Hopscotch Interactive is a property marketing services company that uses 3D Photography based on Matterport technology.  After adding two new offices, expanding abroad last year, and being nominated as top Matterport Service Partner of the year, Hopscotch looks to continue its growth and capitalize on the ever expanding possibilities…

Divaqua Brings Water Treatment Technology from Lab to Industry

Divaqua brings cutting-edge technology from lab to industry Divaqua Technologies (“Divaqua”) is an MIT startup integrating polymeric materials to improve wastewater treatment processes with a higher performing, safer, and more cost-effective solution. A member of the 2017 Delta V cohort, Divaqua is dedicated to commercializing cutting-edge MIT polymeric material research by launching pilot programs with industrial…

Synapse AI Makes Airport Security Faster, More Secure

Synapse AI Makes Airport Security Faster, More Secure   What’s Wrong with Airport Security? Airport screenings are frighteningly far from perfect today. Scores of tests over the last few years by the Department of Homeland Security have demonstrated that the TSA fails to detect 95% of all contraband (including weapons and drugs) that go through…

NeuroFlow Uses Metrics to Improve Mental Health

NeuroFlow Uses Metrics to Improve Mental Health Co-founded by a Wharton MBA and a Penn Bioengineer, NeuroFlow quantifies patient stress, relaxation, and engagement in mental health treatment.   A Personal Mission On average, 20 veterans commit suicide every day. As a platoon leader in the US Army, NeuroFlow CEO Chris Molaro saw firsthand the mental toll…