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September-05-18
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Collaborating Robots
 
In a world first, a team of collaborating robots have worked together to 3D print a single-piece concrete structure.
 
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BOOKS
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Breakthrough, V2
 
From innovation
to impact.

By: Henk van den Breemen

 
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VIDEOS
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Rollable Touchscreen
 
The rollable MagicScreen touchscreen rolls like an ancient scroll and responds to both touch and gestures.

 
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Bayer Digital Camput Challenge
 
The Next Big Thing in Advisor Tech Could Be You
 
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Bionic Eye
A new material that can convert light to electricity using 3D printed lines of conductive ink on a glass dome may one day lead to the creation of a bionic eye.
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Virtual Eyes
To increase trust in driverless cars, Jaguar has added eyes to a self-driving pod that lets it make "eye contact" with pedestrians and signal its intentions.
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Abdulquadri Oyinlola
Problem Solving is Instinctive for this Solver

Interview with solver Abdulquadri Oyinlola

Although there is a moment of triumph when you come up with a solution that a seeker wants I would say that it’s the process that I enjoy the most, the process I have to go through.
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INVENTION FOR SALE

Carbon Dioxide to Advanced Carbon Products Process and Technology

This is a Carbon dioxide gas mining device for making high value diamond-like carbon powder, wire and graphite. We made several prototypes that mined carbon from carbon dioxide using an electrically heated gas plasma membrane that dissociates CO2 into carbon and oxygen.

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Answering Big Questions about the Universe with Big Data
The Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy, Netherlands
Hackathons have been widely embraced by many companies and industry sectors including astronomy. In particular, the field of radio astronomy is evolving and like many other enterprises, it is collecting a vast amount of data. Consequently, there are many new challenges such as how to make the best use of the volumes of information and how best to store and transport them.
 
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Future Festival
Toronto, ON, Canada • Sep 18-20, 2018
Trend Hunter's Future Festival is a top-tier innovation conference where 1,000 like-minded innovators from the world's top brands come together to prototype their future.
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It Doesn't Take
a Brain Surgeon
Deadline: Feb-28-19
The HORAO Challenge aims to improve brain surgery with the help of a technology that visualizes brain fibers.
$38,000
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Innovation is Trapped Inside Your Company: Here’s What to Do About It

By Taylor Dawson

Our businesses are designed to reject new ideas for all of the right reasons—often it makes no sense to throw sand in the gears of the well-oiled machines we call companies. Yet to remain competitive, to grow revenue in a substantial way, we MUST do better. That starts with recognizing that our best path to organic growth is the creative ideas that are trapped within our companies with little hope of escape.

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Can AI Save the World?
Humans are pretty terrible at making choices that are good for us in the long term. Could artificial intelligence be better at managing the world than humans?
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Hot and Hungry
As temperatures rise, insect metabolisims rev up. Researchers estimate that grain losses to insects will increase by 10-25% for every degree of global warming.
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INNOVATIVE PEOPLE
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Nick Fishelson
 
developed robust non-cyanide electrolyte for bright Ag electrodeposition.

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"You don't need a company full of stark, raving brainiacs. You just need a process in place to stimulate the endorphins of possibility."
– Robert Tucker

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