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ValueSpectrum April 25, 2018

Bentley student startups Atomic Cold Brew Coffee and Fantasy Sports Trading Exchange will be featured at Massachusetts’ leading monthly start-up showcase, Mass Innovation Nights. 

by Joanna Howarth April 19, 2018

Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark and biotechnology industry leaders recently visited Bentley for a conversation about the essential role of government in funding basic biomedical science and how companies use this science to create new medicines, jobs and successful companies.

by Kristen Walsh March 23, 2018

Bentley’s new multipurpose arena has given students plenty to cheer about. In this story, three Bentley students (Katie Kippley ’18, at left in the photo above; Jennifer Girard ’18, middle; and Yaciana Taveras Olmos ’21, right) share their experiences during the arena’s opening weekend and the days leading up to it. 

TOPICS: News, Innovation
by Joanna Howarth March 22, 2018

Many low-income communities don’t have access to the fresh, healthy food that many of us take for granted. A group of Bentley students hoped to change that by putting their training to work to help a local mobile food organization better serve its customers.

by Joanna Howarth February 13, 2018

Federally funded research contributed to the science underlying all new medicines approved by the FDA over the past six years, according to a new study by Bentley University.

by Joanna Howarth February 12, 2018

Bentley University opened the doors to a new, state-of-the-art multipurpose arena that will host the university’s NCAA Division I hockey team and prominent university events such as career fairs, high-profile speakers, alumni events and concerts.

TOPICS: News, Innovation
by Kristen Walsh February 9, 2018

Jillian Offermann ’20 wants people to “get pumped” about Bentley, and in Bentley’s new multipurpose arena, she will help do that.

by Joanna Howarth January 25, 2018

A recent published study from Bentley's Center for Integration of Science and Industry shows that the thirty year path from the initiation of research on oligonucleotides as therapeutics to the emergence of effective products followed predictable patterns of innovation, in which novel products are successfully developed only after the underlying basic research reaches a requisite level of maturity.

by Joanna Howarth November 20, 2017

Though new technology appeals to some, the majority of Americans still prefer the familiar. Why the resistance? Calestous Juma, PhD, professor at the Harvard Kennedy School and author of Innovation and Its Enemies: Why People Resist New Technologies aimed to answer this when he spoke to business students at Bentley University.

August 28, 2017

After a decade of lessons learned as president of Bentley University, Gloria Cordes Larson shares the details for a type of educational experience she believes all 21st century college graduates need in her new book, PreparedU: How Innovative Colleges Drive Student Success.

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