Welcome to MIT Enterprise Forum of Texas (Houston)

The MIT Enterprise Forum of Texas (Houston) was formed in 1984. We are one of 21 worldwide chapters associated with MIT and MIT Technology Review Magazine. Our members are leaders in their industries who dedicate their time and talent to support the Houston community with world-class Flagship Programs, to support Entrepreneurs, and to create great networking opportunities. In particular, we offer 7 Flagship Programs, 7 New Venture Clinics, and 3 Networking Socials per year.

Innovations in Education

April 26, 2017
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

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James A. Baker III Hall, Baker Institute, Rice University
6100 Main Street
Houston, TX 77005
http://www.bakerinstitute.org/
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An International Panel will discuss STEM Education

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Recent Videos and Announcements

Videos on "Future of Clean Water" and "The Vulnerability of the Electrical Grid to Severe Solar Storms and a Single High Altitude Nuclear Blast" will be available by the end of December if not before.

 

We had a record crowd on Feb 9 for the inspiring "Story about Creating and Growing Mustang Engineering" with founder Bill Higgs. You can see the video of the program and the question and answer session with th audience at:

1) Main Program with Bill Higgs ("The Mustang Engineering Story")      https://youtu.be/eZ4dRSxcF-k
2) Questions and Answers with the Audience, Russ Capper, and Bill Higgs    https://youtu.be/AaA4-xbNH1k

 

 


VIEW SLIDES FROM THE 2017 Economic Business Forecast Luncheon

In case you missed the 2017 Economic Business Forecast Luncheon at the Federal Reserve on Jan 11, you can still see the slides presented by John Duca (VP from the Federal Reserve) and Boyd Nash-Stacey (Senior Economist from BBVA Compass) below:

1) John Duca Presentation-2017
2) Boyd Nash-Stacey Presentation-2017


Detecting and Deflecting Asteroids

If you missed it, click below to see the fascinating video of Rusty Schweickert and Ed Lu talk about Detecting and Deflecting Asteroids on a Collion course with Earth and the geopolitical implications (October 21, 2015 MITEF Flagship Program).