Boston Software Company Developing Small Satellites To Improve Weather ForecastsA local software company is creating the most powerful weather engine the world has ever seen to prepare us from the most hazardous weather.
'Make It Even Better,' Teachers Hope To Improve On Remote Learning SuccessesLeaders in the education community are determined to focus on the ‘ups’ and look at the time during the pandemic as a chance to innovate.
Post-Pandemic Shopping: Stores Reinventing To Create A Customer-Focused ExperienceThe vaccine brings hope that shoppers can go back to doing what they love in person, but the experience might look different.
City Living In Boston Will Be Different Inside And Outdoors Post-PandemicBoston developers are looking for ways to give people living in the city more space.
Melrose Man's Invention Turns Plastic Bags Into Recyclable PucksThere's been a lot of debate about banning plastic bags because they can't be easily recycled. A man in Melrose has created a way to make them recyclable right in your home.
Boston Startup Creates The Dronut, A Drone To Fly In Tight SpacesA Boston startup is giving drones a new look that could make a big difference in security and safety.
Reimagining Summer Camp: Gimp And Themed Thursdays Go Virtual For BB&NAt Buckingham Browne & Nichols School in Cambridge, it’s now summer camp with a twist.
Hotel Chains Make Changes To Ensure Cleanliness, Earn Travelers' TrustYou will have a different experience the next time you check into a hotel.
Social Distancing On Airplanes Will Be An Issue Once Crowds ReturnSocial distancing while flying may be near impossible, warns CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg.
Roger Williams University May Have Fall 'Mini Terms' In Case Of Second OutbreakColleges and universities around New England are trying to figure out exactly what their schools will look like in the fall.
Proposed Reopening Plan For Massachusetts Colleges Would 'Carefully Repopulate' CampusesA group of Massachusetts colleges and universities have submitted their recommendations for getting back to a "new normal."
Temperature Checks, Social Distancing On Roller Coasters When Six Flags ReopensAmusement parks have not yet been given the green light to re-open, but Six Flags theme parks have released guidelines for keeping guests and employees safe.
As People Return To Work, They May Not Be Taking The MBTA To Get ThereBefore the pandemic hit, nearly half of us regularly used the subway, buses or commuter rail to get around. A new poll shows that momentum has stalled.
Boston Next: As Businesses Prepare To Reopen, Social Distance And Masks Are The New NormalMonday, limited personal service businesses, like barbershops and salons, are allowed to open as part of Gov. Charlie Baker’s four-phased plan.
Mass. Higher Education Institutions Look To Hybrid Model And Testing Ahead Of Fall SemesterHome to more than 100 colleges and universities, Massachusetts is trying to decide what its path forward will be due to coronavirus.