Category Archives: Innovation

  1. Thermal Recharging Technology: A Game Changing Clean Energy Source

    By Joel Greenberg On June 1, 2009, Air France Flight 447 — bound from Rio de Janeiro to Paris with 228 people aboard — plummeted mysteriously into the Atlantic Ocean, coming to rest some 2.5 miles below the surface, off the Northeast Coast of Brazil. The cause of, and circumstances surrounding the crash essentially remained a mystery until nearly…

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  2. Do You Hear What I Hear? TranscribeMe! Deal Profile

    It happens in every meeting, phone call, or interview–that horrifying moment when you realize you’ve fallen behind in your notes and missed something crucial. You try everything from repeating the last thing you remember over and over to rubbing memory-jogging essential oils on your wrists, but it’s all for naught. The conversation is lost. Forgotten….

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  3. Energy Storage is Heating Up by Cooling Down: Axiom Exergy Deal Profile

    What is the first thing you think about when you walk into Whole Foods? It might be, “Wow, the peaches look great and they’re local!” or “What in the world can I make for dinner?” But what many people aren’t thinking about is the refrigeration system that keeps their food fresh. Refrigeration systems power everything…

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  4. Realizing the Promise of Immuno-Oncology

    by Tony Chen In the war against cancer, the promise of immunotherapy has led to major breakthroughs in the last 5 years. This field is growing at a dizzying speed. The rapid growth has not gone unnoticed: billion dollar initiatives are being undertaken by the government, S&P500 companies, and a Silicon Valleylegend. And while increased…

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  5. Have A Moonshot Idea? The NSF is the investor for you!

    From sending a man to the moon to putting a portable computer in everyone’s pocket, today’s technological and scientific renaissance is the product of great innovators — people who push boundaries and test the limits of science and technology as we know it. But the brightest minds must first be given the opportunity to experiment…

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