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By Bella Isaacs-Thomas
Some of the most innovative people in the world earn Nobel Prizes.
By Robert Root-Bernstein, Michele Root-Bernstein, The Conversation
Sam West, a psychologist who studies corporate behavior, believes fear of failure is a big obstacle to innovation. He launched an exhibit in Sweden in 2017 showcasing botched products and ideas to celebrate the role failure plays in innovation and…
By Megan Thompson
Its inventors say it could help address climate change because it's highly reflective, and thus absorbs very little heat.
By John Yang, Lorna Baldwin
Whether teaching NYU marketing students or co-hosting the podcast “Pivot," Scott Galloway rarely misses an opportunity to share his insight on the effects of big tech. Tonight, he shares his Brief But Spectacular take on this country's response to the…
By PBS NewsHour
By Justin Stabley
From QR code menus to the adoption of pickup and delivery options to total organizational shifts, food industry businesses and workers across America have had to change or innovate in the face of COVID-19 and its economic impacts.
By Fred de Sam Lazaro, Sarah Clune Hartman
Millions of Americans spend weeks recovering from heart surgery and other operations to repair brain and bone injuries every year. As special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports from Chicago, researchers are working on a novel approach to aid in…
By Dana Mackenzie, Knowable Magazine
No one knows exactly how the nocturnal hunters manage their whisper-soft flight, yet it is inspiring the design of quieter airplanes, fans and wind turbines.
By Jeffrey Brown
What will the future look like? That’s the big question posed by a new exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Eighty designers from around the world have put their imaginations to work, leveraging both anxiety and excitement over the…
By William Brangham, Jaywon Choe
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