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Startup “Tomato Jos,” founded by two Harvard graduates, aims to build up a tomato paste industry in Nigeria by educating tomato farmers about agricultural techniques and supplying them with seeds and fertilizers.
The last of the 15 entrepreneurial ventures chosen to occupy the space will move into the Launch Lab, a 3,000 square foot space located across the street from the Harvard Innovation Lab, by the end of the month.
From left, Dean of Harvard College Rakesh Khurana sits with professors Robert Kaplan and Allen Ferrell to discuss the Harvard Management Company in Emerson Hall on April 4, 2012.
Rakesh Khurana, a scholar of leadership and organizations, crossed the Charles River to the College to rearticulate its purpose and retool the workings of its administration.
“Beyoncé -The Study” is a new Harvard Business School case study that examines the business operations behind the powerful music industry figure. But why stop at the B School? FM thinks every Harvard grad school should incorporate Beyoncé into its curriculum.
Chidubem Ezeaka (left) and Rory Crawford (right) work on their project Bevspot at the iLab on Tuesday afternoon.
Members of the Bevspot team, based in the Harvard Innovation Lab, work on their project at the space on Tuesday afternoon.
BevSpot, an online software platform formed by Harvard affiliates to help enable licensed alcohol distributors to sell products to restaurants and bars, recently received $720,000 in seed funding.
Though decarbonizing the world economy may be costly, it may prove cheaper than failure to act on climate change, Henderson said.
The Health and Life Sciences Challenge is currently seeking teams of students and affiliates to enter for a chance at the $50,000 grand prize.
Business School students Rami A. B. Lachter and Itai Turbahn's new travel tool helps tourists decide where they should stay when visiting a city.
Venture capitalist Peter A. Thiel speaks with Business School professor William A. Sahlman about venture capital, technology, and Thiel's new book, "Zero to One," on Thursday afternoon in Burden Hall.