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Natalia Oberti Noguera, founder & CEO of Pipeline Angels, sported a “Latinx” T-shirt at HUBweek Saturday.

Entrepreneurs launch campaign to empower and grow local Latinx-owned businesses

Latinx entrepreneurs shared their stories Friday at the launch of PowerUp Latinx Biz during HUBweek, a campaign to increase economic opportunity for Latinx-owned businesses.

Here’s what’s happening at HUBweek Sunday

Don’t miss out on the last day of Boston’s HUBweek festival on Sunday, including discussions on youth activism, mindfulness and technology. Here are a few highlights:

Boston-10/12/18 HUBweek - Youngsters explore the Neon Dream Crystal Cave installation container with led blacklights that accentuate colored objets inside at Boston City Hall Plaza Photo by John Tlumacki/Globe Staff(metro)

Here’s what is happening at HUBweek Saturday

Boston’s HUBweek festival welcomes Saturday with a multitude of panels and performances focused on technology, business, and the arts. Here are a few events to light up your weekend.

10/12/2018 BOSTON, MA DJ Savuth (cq), aka Sammy Sueksagan (cq), played music as participants listened on wireless headphones during a silent disco held at Hubweek in Boston. (Aram Boghosian for STAT)


Music fans groove to their own soundtrack at HUBweek Silent Disco bash

Participants could choose one of three different channels, their wireless headphones lighting up a different color depending on which tracks they preferred.

Will Koch, a Boston University PhD candidate, tested a drone-control system called FlyJacket.

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HUBweek attendees seek business opportunities — and a vision of what’s to come

Across the area this week, visitors to the festival are seeing what the city can make possible now and in the future.

Przemyslaw Kornatowski, co founder Dronistics/NCCR Robotics, demonstrated a delivery drone.

What’s happening at HUBweek Wednesday

Day three of the festival shines a light on an array of important topics, featuring events on health, the economy, and the arts.

Anne Douglass, director at the Institute for Early Education Leadership and Innovation at the University of Massachusetts Boston, lead a discussion at HUBweek in Boston on Tuesday.

HUBweek hackathon: Changing mindsets about early childhood education

The quality of child care won’t improve if the experts, the teachers themselves, continue to be seen merely as baby sitters.

10/9/2018 Boston Ma- Paul Kirshen ,Ph.D.with the Sustainable Solutions Lab UMass Boston, hosted a conversation on the feasibility of a Harbor-Wide Barrier Systems for Boston Harbor. The event was held in downtown Boston. Jonathan Wiggs /Globe Staff Reporter:Topic:

After UN report, experts look at how to build a climate-resilient Boston

The discussion, part of the HUBweek ideas festival, was held a day after the release of a stark United Nations report on global warming.

An artist’s rendering of some of the development  MIT is planning for the Kendall Square area in Cambridge.

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MIT to start work on a ‘new front door’ to the university

At a HUBweek event, MIT officials outlined an ambitious project they say will transform Kendall Square.

A woman stopped to take a photo of the feature wall painted by Okuda San Miguel.


What’s happening at HUBweek on Tuesday

HUBweek returns for its second day with a variety of events focusing on sustainability, technology, and the arts.

Speaking at a HUBweek panel, Puffin Innovations CEO Adriana Mallozzi said disability has forced her to be innovative in her daily routines and tasks.


Innovation breaks down barriers for people with disabilities

Adriana Mallozzi realized as a child that assistive technology could help her live a more independent life. She spoke Monday at a HUBweek panel in the Seaport.

Artist Philippe Morvan worked on his installation “Glow-Bulles” at the Container Village at City Hall Plaza, where the fourth annual HUBweek festival kicked off on Monday.

HUBweek opens with Change Maker Conference at City Hall Plaza

The fourth annual HUBweek began with a conference on building connections between people from different fields with one broad goal: change.

2018 HUBweek on Boston City Hall Plaza. Image: HUBweek (Frame grab from HUBweek video)


Everything you need to know about HUBweek 2018

Now in its fourth year, the HUBweek festival brings together hundreds of events, installations, and conversations on art, science, health, and technology.

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Women seize the screen at GlobeDocs festival

“We are both proud and honored to have over 70 percent of the films in the festival directed by women filmmakers,” says director of programming Lisa Viola.

“Charm City” will be among the films screened at the 2018 GlobeDocs Film Festival.

Posing problems, seeking solutions with GlobeDocs during HUBweek

Previewing this year’s selections.

The “Hall of the Future” will rise on Boston City Hall Plaza during the annual HUBweek festival, which takes over the plaza from Oct. 10-14.

HUBweek to highlight transparency, knowledge sharing

Attendees will be able to step into the “Hall of the Future”on City Hall Plaza when the festival comes to the plaza on Oct. 10.

David Hogg, co-author of #NeverAgain, discusses the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School during an interview in New York, Tuesday, June 19, 2018. Fourteen students and three staff members were fatally shot and multiple others wounded during the school massacre, on Feb. 14, 2018, in Parkland, Fla. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)


Maureen Dowd, David Hogg, Joi Ito announced as speakers for HUBweek 2018

The New York Times columnist, Parkland shooting survivor, and MIT Media Lab director are just three of the notable figures slated to appear at this year’s event.

Boston, MA- October 12, 2017: Domes are lit with colored light at HUBweek on City Hall Plaza in Boston, MA on October 12, 2017. Some of the biggest names in technology, business, science, and the arts gather in Boston this week as the HUBweek festival returns for its third year, its organizers hoping to solidify the event’s foundation as a civic staple. The wide-ranging festival features some 175 events over six days, with high-profile speakers, a documentary film series, and town hall-style discussions on issues affecting Boston and beyond. (CRAIG F. WALKER/GLOBE STAFF) section: metro reporter:

HUBweek’s City Hall Plaza rendering released as early bird passes for 2018 festival go on sale

HUBweek, billed as “Greater Boston’s festival for the future,” aims to bring together thousands of attendees for sessions and events focused on the intersection of art, science, and technology.