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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Qimin Quan wins first place in the “Pitch to China” business plan competition for his biosensor technology for medical diagnostics, “Nano Health,” on Sunday. The competition was part of the MIT-China Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum, a two-day event designed to encourage collaboration between China and the United States in technology and entrepreneurship.



Top — The Analog Devices building, located between Smart and Osborne Street, was torn down to make way for a new building for Novartis AG. The Swiss pharmaceutical giant has plans to double the size of its facilities in Cambridge. Bottom, foreground — Construction begins on a new Pfizer building at 610 Main Street. Pfizer, also a pharmaceutical company, is moving research to Cambridge and has signed a 10-year lease for the MIT-owned property. What remains of the Analog Devices building can be seen in the background.









Zuckerberg speaks to the press prior to his appearance in 26-100. Over 2,600 students entered the ticket lottery to see Zuckerberg speak.


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