Lecturer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Arne Hessenbruch has lived Boston’s innovation ecosystem for close to two decades while also teaching innovation at MIT. Prior to that he held research and teaching positions at MIT, Harvard, UPenn, and Cambridge University. He has a PhD in History of Science from the University of Cambridge and is the editor of several books including the Reader’s Guide to the History of Science. Since the Covid lockdown he has resided in Luxembourg where he engages in innovative projects.