Leading pharmaceutical company in CNS seeks startups to improve performance of clinical trials.
Procter & Gamble is looking for new approaches and technologies that can help them to address key business challenges/opportunities for Pampers to explore solutions to re-invent Baby Care product discuvery and address social and experiential commerce.
Siam Cement Group (SCG) of Bangkok, Thailand is establishing a new business in home healthcare, and look for MIT-connected startups that wish to partner with them on new technologies or field prototypes in Southeast Asia. Including areas such as: telemonitoring devices; tele-medicine, medical devices, home diagnostics, rapid diagnoses, sterilization of surfaces and air, etc.
Leading critical environment air quality management company looks for startups in two applications to address market needs resulting from COVID-19.
1. Airborne particulate matter counting and identification
2. New Air Disinfection and Monitoring Technology
A leading German OEM is looking for automotive production solutions with a focus on Robotics, Automation, AI and Sustainability.
Global Bank looking to MIT to help drive its digital journey for Risk & Controls framework, both at pace and at scale, with automated end-to-end processes and underlying key controls, positioning the bank as an industry leader in this space.
Leading consumer electronics company is looking to MIT startups for new materials, textiles, low-power electronics, Sustainable sourcing/ recycling of plastics and metals.
Senior executives from TOTAL will be visiting MIT from Oct 8-10 for the purpose of exploring potential partnerships with MIT startups. The goal of October’s visit is to meet experts that can help to find the best way to enhance Data Management (DM) practices throughout TOTAL entities. Data must be managed effectively and valued to maximize its business impact. Attendees from TOTAL include Michel Lutz, Group Data Officer, and Gaile Lejay, Business analyst.