A wearable device that can sense if you’re driving drowsy and alert you before it’s too late. A “genetic interpretation engine” that enables personalized cancer treatment. An online rental service for baby clothes. These are just a few of the ideas underpinning the startups in the latest cohort of the Harvard i-lab’s Fall Venture Program.

This fall, hundreds—yes, hundreds—of startups are taking part in the program. The i-lab welcomed the first 264 ventures last week, and it expects another 100…

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