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  • November 2-4, 2015
  • MIT Media Lab
  • Cambridge, MA

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MIT Technology Review leads the global conversation about the technologies that matter. Our mission is to equip audiences with the intelligence to understand a world shaped by technology. EmTech MIT brings this mission to life.

Discover future trends and begin to understand the technologies that will drive the new global economy. It’s where technology, business, and culture converge, and where you gain access to the most innovative people and companies in the world.

2015 Topics Include:
Augmented Knowledge | Better Living Through Data
Infinite Energy | Rethinking Urban Infrastructure | Robots Among Us

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Featured Speakers

  • Leslie Dewan

    Leslie Dewan

    Cofounder and Chief Science Officer, Transatomic Power

    Rethinking Nuclear Power

  • Jeff Hammerbacher

    Jeff Hammerbacher

    Founder and Chief Scientist, Cloudera

    A New Era of Innovation in Big Data

  • Steve Jurvetson

    Steve Jurvetson

    Partner, Draper Fisher Jurvetson

    Investing in Big Ideas

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Chicago Ideas Week

October 12 - 18, 2015
Chicago, IL

From October 12 to 18, over 150 speakers at the frontiers of innovation will gather for Chicago Ideas Week. An intellectual playground for the adventurous and the curious, the event has featured thought leaders ranging from Michael Bloomberg to Edward Norton to Hillary Clinton. To purchase tickets, visit

Solve Talks at Google

September 28, 2015
Cambridge, MA

Series starts September 28, 2015

Google is pairing up with Kara Miller, journalist and radio host (; MIT’s Solve program (; and MassChallenge ( to bring you a new and exciting thought-leadership series in the heart of Kendall Square.

You’re invited to join us in Google’s unique cambridge location to explore a wide range of themes from income inequality to new research on obesity.  Come early for the networking reception, stay late to meet the panelists and network some more.

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September 29-October 2, 2015
Louisville, KY

Founded in 2000, IdeaFestival is a celebration for the intellectually curious. It’s an eclectic network of global thinkers and one-of-a-kind innovators bound together by an intense curiosity about what is impacting and shaping the future of the arts, business, technology, design,  science,  philosophy and education.


October 3-10, 2015
Boston, MA

October 3-10, 2015

HUBweek is an invitation. An invitation to wander. To ask why and why not. To be a part of something bigger. And to celebrate the world-changing work, art and thinking being imagined and built in Greater Boston. Join us October 3-10, 2015 for a series of events, unexpected experiences and celebrations taking place all across the city.


October 5-8, 2015
Cambridge, MA

Solve is a cross-disciplinary program led by MIT to convene the people and organizations that are addressing the world’s most pressing challenges in healthcare, energy, the environment, education, food & water, civil infrastructure and the economy.  Solve takes a pragmatic and collaborate approach that brings urgency to these difficult problems, examines essential questions and drives consensus to set a course to a solution.  Through a process of continual evaluation and re-calibration, the program seeks to drive substantial and positive action to solve these real-world problems.

Experience True Innovation at NIDays

NIDays is a free, one-day, multitrack conference that will take place in the following three major metropolitan areas in 2015:

Chicago, IL
October 15, 2015
Chicago Navy Pier

Boston, MA
November 17, 2015
Hynes Convention Center

San Jose, CA
December 8, 2015
San Jose Convention Center

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Live Webinar: Bombers in the DataCenter: Lessons Learned in WWII - The Industrialization of IT

October 20, 2015 at 1:00 PM EDT

In World War II, the B-24 Liberator was a revolution in manufacturing. Using commodity parts and rational assembly lines, it made truly mass-produced airplanes possible. Those lessons are 70 years old, and they apply to IT just as much as they did to airplanes. This webinar discusses a vision for IT shops that uses proven manufacturing methods, collaboration, and the tools of the open hybrid cloud to change the way IT is practiced for the next ten years. Global companies everywhere are improving their time to value with DevOps, find out how. 

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Global Pediatric Innovation Summit + Awards 2015

November 9-10, 2015
Boston, MA

500 global pediatric innovation stakeholders convene for the only annual event focused on accelerating innovation in pediatric care at the Global Pediatric Innovation Summit + Awards. Network with global leaders to spur dialogue, build collaboration and accelerate solutions from idea to market. The Precision Pediatrics theme will be explored through 3 expert panels, 3 compelling keynote addresses, and thought leader interviews. The Innovation Tank – a “Shark Tank” style competition – and the new Ignite Talks competition highlight new innovations. Learn more + register >>

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