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Here we highlight selected innovation related articles from around the world on a daily basis. These articles related to innovation and funding for innovative companies, and best practices for innovation based economic development.
The winners of the 2010 International Design Excellence Awards
can help you ride the waves, grill a burger, catch varmints, and save
the earth.The minutes are ticking down, and a fleet ...
Read more: 2010's Best Designed Products
Although the concept of venture capital has been around for well over two hundred years, it is only really in the last twenty or thirty years that companies have specifically sought to boost ...
Read more: Venture Capital – Second Road.
I recently attended another one of those economic development summits where a bunch of people with long titles gets a chance to speak on a panel touting the mysterious benefits of a mysterious ...
Read more: Feeling the Cluster Funk?
As the economy edges toward recovery, the best job-creation policies Congress can implement may well focus on allowing U.S. ingenuity to flourish. As New Democrat Coalition leaders, we believe this ...
Read more: To jump-start recovery, innovate
Who couldn’t use this? A basic introduction to Einstein’s thinking –
one that assumes no prior knowledge, just an open mind. In one short
hour, Ramamurti Shankar (Professor of Physics & ...
Read more: Einstein for the Masses
In a story we’ve just published, Pamela Ryckman writes about Bizdom U, an intense program in entrepreneurship that helps students like James Smith Moore, shown above, start businesses — and that ...
Read more: Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught?
To see the future of solar power, take an hour-long train ride inland from Shanghai and then a horn-blaring cab trek through the smog of Wuxi, a fast-growing Chinese city of five million. After ...
Read more: Solar's Great Leap Forward
The sluggish U.S. jobs recovery is inching beyond the industrial
South and Midwest, and is spreading toward the service-heavy economies
of the two coasts, in a sign of hope for a labor force hit ...
Read more: States See Growth in Jobs