A poison dart frog in Peru is evolving before our eyes.
If you live anywhere in metro Boston, you’ve heard about the Market Basket issue. To the uninitiated the basics are this: Market Basket is a regional grocery chain owned by a single family. The chain had been owned by two brothers and split evenly, but when one brother, George, died, his heirs thought they would […]
We hear about climate change every day, but it’s not something we often notice in the world around us. However, in a recent episode of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, Neil deGrasse Tyson communicated about the issue in a new way, using visual representations of society’s current impact on our climate. To be fair, there have […]
Today marks a somber anniversary for Boston. The Marathon bombing happened exactly 1 year ago today. While the Marathon itself is still nearly a week off, today gives the city a moment to reflect and mourn. Last week, I visited Boston Public Library’s “Dear Boston” exhibit, commemorating the lives taken last year and the words […]
The HB blog turns seven today. Thanks for continuing to read, share and comment on our posts. Since we started the blog, our team has grown and we’ve found some new voices along the way to not only create meaningful content, but add new perspectives. We look forward to what the next seven years will […]
Building a honeypot for innovation isn’t as easy as slapping a fancy name on something and walking away. It takes leadership to bring people together and consistent, sustained effort to make the changes necessary to attract business.
That’s why last night HB sponsored the kickoff meeting for the N2 Innovation Corridor.