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Top 50 Innovation Tweeters

We thought it would be a fun summer activity to pull together a list of the top innovation personalities and information sharers on twitter. We know we follow a lot of great innovation people on twitter (including a lot of the great Innovation Excellence authors) and we are curious to see who you follow or who you think people should investigate to learn more about. Continue reading

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The 21 Coolest Internet Of Things Gadgets

This presentation introduces the 21 coolest internet of things gadgets – connected smart devices you would want to own. Continue reading

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Would you like to see the new menu?

We’re proud to announce the introduction of a new set of menus on Innovation Excellence, designed to better highlight all of the different types of content that we publish (articles, videos, presentations, emails, and more), the innovation research offerings that we provide, and all of the information you need about the world’s first global innovation certification. Continue reading

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PSFK brings you the Future of Wearable Tech report in collaboration with iQ by intel identifies 10 trends and three major themes that point to the evolving form and function of wearable devices and their influence on the way we live, work and socialize. In our Connected Intimacy theme, we explore how wearables are revolutionizing the way we communicate information about ourselves and maintain relationships over any distance. Continue reading

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Rise-of-Tech-Innovation

We came across this infographic that high highlights the rise of tech innovation, including one person’s perspective on what the top five innovative & disruptive technologies area and who four of the most innovative companies are… Continue reading

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BEST OF TED: Why Truly Innovative Science Demands a Leap into the Unknown

While studying for his PhD in physics, Uri Alon thought he was a failure because all his research paths led to dead ends. But, with the help of improv theater, he came to realize that there could be joy in getting lost. A call for scientists to stop thinking of research as a direct line from question to answer, but as something more creative. It’s a message that will resonate, no matter what your field. Continue reading

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