Professor of Natural and Applied Sciences Fred Ledley discusses why business models matter in innovation.
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Internet and web-based technologies are changing the traditional marketplace — and human emotion is helping reinvent this consumer culture.
Baby Boomers may not be as adept at technology as millennials — but they're also more alike than you might think.
Developed in conjunction with Bentley, the Greater Media Boston Innovation Series is highlighted for people in the Boston community who want to know more about the ever-changing marketing landscape.
A team of Bentley University undergraduate students traveled to Washington D.C. this spring to help raise awareness about the economic impacts of geoscience research.
Veloxity, a company founded by Bentley University graduates that creates charging stations, campaigns to end dead cell phones at summer music festivals.
Rick Oches, Bentley professor of Natural and Applied Sciences, discusses the potential physical impacts that my occur from building the local span of the Algonquin Incremental Market pipeline.
Millennials are eschewing processed and packaged foods — a movement causing product reinvention at some of America's stalwart food brands.