The Boston Indicators Project offers new ways to understand Boston and its neighborhoods in a regional, national and global context. It aims to democratize access to information, foster informed public discourse, track progress on shared civic goals, and report on change in 10 sectors: Civic Vitality, Cultural Life and the Arts, the Economy, Education, the Environment, Health, Housing, Public Safety, Technology, and Transportation.
What are the best ways to solve the pressing challenges of our city, region, country and planet? The Hub of Innovation profiles a set of breakthrough solutions from the region, nation and around the world. Nominate an innovation!
The iPhone of Robots - Human-like Device is Programmable, Affable
Rethink Robotics envisions a future in which manufacturers in the United
States can use industrial robots to increase domestic production and
Artistic Expression through virtual galleries
The Boston Cyberarts Inc. is a non-profit arts organization dedicated to the presentation and exploration of art created using new technology. The organization helps promote a sense of media and digital literacy.
Enabling access to your genetic profile
23andMe is a retail DNA testing service providing information and tools for consumers to learn about and explore their DNA.
A new catalyst to efficiently obtain hydrogen and store solar energy
3D immersion game is part of the master planning
Participatory Chinatown is a 3D immersive game designed to be part of the master planning process for Boston's Chinatown.
Empower the world’s poorest child
One Laptop Per Child empowers the world’s poorest child through the design and distribution of a rugged, low-cost, connected laptop.