Startups in Kendall Square

Kendall Square is the largest cluster of tech startup office space in Cambridge and a hotspot of startup event activity. Of particular note is the Cambridge Innovation Center, a facility hosting over 450 companies, from remote offices for tech giants like Amazon to small startups working from their C3 coworking space. The CIC hosts Venture Cafe, a weekly free drinks networking event for the startup scene.

Kendall Square is also home to MIT, whose students and research groups are key creators of many startups, and Microsoft’s New England R&D (NERD) office, a generous host of tech meetups and startup conferences.

“Digital twin” computer modeling for critical infrastructure, using detailed simulation to provide predictive maintenance analytics.

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“Combining proven physics backed by decades of government-funded fusion research with a revolutionary superconducting magnet technology to accelerate the path to commercial fusion energy.”

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Photograph to interactive 3D model system for home renovations.

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Tools for e-commerce stores to enable sales & support through voice interfaces like Amazon Alexa.

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Analyzing social media at scale to understand video viewing correlations across platform (e.g. Netflix, YouTube, TV shows) and enable better media planning & ad targeting.

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“Computer-aided design and genetic engineering framework for programming living cells.”

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At-office car maintenance as an employee benefit.

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Life-sciences talent & project marketplace.

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Array data management software; “manages massive dense and sparse multi-dimensional array data that frequently arise in important scientific applications.”

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Building a platform to help patients better navigate treatment options.

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