Students Partake in Entrepreneurial
November 19, 2018
Five MIT students took a step inside a glass-walled container located on the MIT campus to live and work for four days while tackling a societal challenge as part of InCube, a unique entrepreneurial hackathon co-organized by the MIT Innovation Initiative and ETH Entrepreneur Club, a student association based in Zurich, Switzerland.
Through problem finding, ideation, prototyping and pitching, the interdisciplinary team of students — ranging from undergraduates to PhD candidates studying computer science, economics, chemistry, biology and medical engineering at MIT — will live the full entrepreneurial journey and work towards finding an innovative solution to their given challenge that could be turned into a successful startup.
In Boston the Team
to draw the public into the process, foster transparency and provide a
platform for interactive engagement, the glass cube in Cambridge was
strategically placed on MIT's North Court between Vassar and Main
Streets in Cambridge, facing the iconic Ray and Maria Stata Center.