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Why I Make Robots the Size of a Grain of Rice

By studying the movement and bodies of insects such as ants, Sarah Bergbreiter and her team build incredibly robust, super teeny, mechanical versions of creepy crawlies … and then they add rockets. See their jaw-dropping developments in micro-robotics, and hear about three ways we might use these little helpers in the future. Continue reading

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15 Startups to Watch in 2015-2016

Digital analyst Brian Solis assembled a list of 15 startups he believes will stand out this year while also sparking new trends. From the sharing economy to AR/VR to 3D Printing to Messaging to Enterprise Collaboration and more, this list will help you see and appreciate top trends happening in Silicon Valley and around the world now. Continue reading

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Why Marketers Are Key Players in the Business Innovation Game

With the growth of international competition, technology and eBusiness, consumers can find high quality products and services faster, cheaper and easier than ever before. Companies are facing extreme competitive pressures. To maintain a competitive edge, companies must continuously innovate. According to PricewaterhouseCoopers, innovative companies are expected to grow 60% in the next five years, while 20% of such firms are… Continue reading

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What's Big in 2015?

From weak signals to strong ideas, we gathered a list of ten trends we expect to unfold in 2015. Continue reading

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Xavier University Makes History with Purchase of MakerBot 3D Printing Center

Xavier becomes the first private U.S. university to house a full MakerBot Innovation Center for 3D printing, seeing the move as a “game-changer” in how the school promotes innovation across majors and connects with local entrepreneurs. Continue reading

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Innovators are people who can imagine and bring into existence what has not previously existed. So where are you going to find them and should you be looking for a particular age demographic? Continue reading

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What amazing discovery did economists make in the 20th century about the true source of growth? Why was Joseph Schumpeter’s revolutionary “innovation theory” initially dismissed? And what exactly is the key to future progress for our world? Continue reading

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